What was the name of the cattle trail that took cattle to northern territories?
You might be thinking of the Chisholm Trail that was used to drive cattle from Texas to Kansas.
The cattle wasn’t taken to northern territories. In fact they were taken from the western plains to railroad hubs like Kansas City for shipment to the east for slaughter.
the first cattle trail was the Chisholm trail
Name the capital of the Northwest Territories a Canadian province that is located on the northern shore of the great slave lake?
Yellowknife is the capital of Northwest Territories, but Northwest Territories is not a province. As the name indicates, Northwest Territories is a territory.
Qantas.Queensland and Northern Territories Air Service
Completed in 1867 it was a safe route for cattle drivers from Texas to reach the railroad in Kansas What is the name of this route?
the Chisholm trail
It's name is Qantas. It's an acronym for Queensland And Northern Territories Air Service
Malaysia's has 2 territories in the island of borneo (northern part of borneo, the central and southern parts are Indonesia's territories); they are: Sabah and Sarawak. Brunei Darussalam, a soverign country, located in the northern part of Borneo, too (in the middle of Malaysia's territory).
The cattle that evolved in and around the Indian subcontinent are classified as Bos indicus. The cattle that evolved in northern Europe are classified as Bos taurus.
Nunavut is Canada's northernmost province. It was originally part of the Northwest Territories.
The 600-mile Chisholm Trail was used extensively until 1871. Illinois cattle buyer Joseph G. McCoy laid out the trail along an old trade path initially developed by merchant Jesse Chisholm. It ran north from San Antonio to Fort Worth, Texas, through Oklahoma and ended at Abilene, Kansas.
Assuming you mean Australia, States: Victoria, Melbourne, New South Wales, Tasmania, Western Australia, Queensland Territories: Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory
The official name of "England" is The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and comprises England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland as well as various other territories and protectorates. For additional information, please refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom
"unuit" is gibberish. You may mean 'Inuit' which is the collective tribal name of natives of Nunavik, Nunavut, Nunatsiavut and other northern territories of Canada.
Inuit is the name of the indigenous peoples who inhabit the northern territories in Canada's arctic. The word itself mean 'the people' in the Inuktitut language.
Australia has two mainland territories: the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory. Factions within the Northern Territory are working towards statehood, while many Territorians are content to leave the status quo as it is.
Heifer is the name for female cattle that have not had calves.
His name is Blaze and he is a Trail Cat
Cattle is a plural noun, referring to more than one bovine or cow. The collective noun for cattle is a herd of cattle.
From young cattle: veal From older cattle : beef
(Name of animal) trail.
There is not one main cattle breed. There are many breeds of cattle for dairy and beef cattle, as well as sporting and draft cattle.
Bos (primigenius) taurus is the scientific name for Jersey cattle.
Catherine Trail's birth name is Catherine Elizabeth Trail.
Milk cattle are also called Dairy cattle or Dairy cows.
Queen Elizabeth II, By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
Cattle gather in herds.
the waterfall trail
A herd of cattle can also be called a mob, drove or drift of cattle.
There is a town on the iditarod trail named idtarod, so they named the trail after it i guess.
Nunavut, Yukon, The Northwest Territories
A cattle station is another name for a cattle ranch. It is an extensive operation in Australia that focuses on the extensive raising and grazing of cattle.
There is no specific name. It is too difficult to accurately classify separate species of cattle. Cattle are commonly reffered to collectively as Bos primigenius
Heifer is the name for a female cattle. The closest opposite word would be bull, the name for a male cattle.
Cattle is the common name for bovine livestock (cows, bulls, steers, heifers) sheep are not cattle.
No, trail park is a common noun unless it is part of the name of a specific trail park.
The Santa Fe Trail.
Obviously it's because the Mormons traveled the trail.
Seriously???? It was a trail, and Mormons traveled on it, and they were pioneers.
Blaze, the Trail cat.
The Mormons, the religious group that made and traveled the trail.
The last name Armenta is a Spanish word for " cattle" or "cattle, herding". The name may have come down ancestrally having to do with families who were cattle farmers, or sheep herders.
The scientific name for cattle is Bos primigenius. All cattle are generally lumped together under this name, but there are many subspecies.
1. The name is "Northwest Territories" and, as a name, must be capitalized. 2. Northwest Territories is not a province; Northwest Territories is a territory (despite the plural nature of its name). 3. In this context, neither "capital" nor "province" should be capitalized. 4. The capital of Northwest Territories is Yellowknife.
Yes, cattle ranchers still exist. Cattle Ranchers is still an acceptable name for cattle ranchers. Other names for cattle ranchers or related workers include: Ranchers Cowboys, cowgirls, and cowpoke Ranch hand Livestock handler Ranch worker Ranch manager Cattle tender
If Oregon is a part of the 9th circuit court can you name the other states that are a part of this same circuit court?
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada and Washington, in addition to the territories of Northern Mariana Islands and Guam.
cattle - they don't differ in name simply because they are unmarked
A cattle drive.
Hot-shot, cattle prod, shock-prod, etc.