Chapter 7: The Common and Popular American Saddle Patterns, History and Identification

American Riding and Work Saddles and Horse Culture 1790-1920

NOTE: Because of its length, Chapter 7 is broke down into two separate downloads.

Section I: Chapter 7: The Common and Popular American Saddle Patterns, History and Identification

  • Section A: The English Saddle in America
  • Section B: The Wagon Saddle (a.k.a “Conestoga Saddle”)
  • Section C: The American Saddle (1790’s-1860)
  • Section D: Spanish, Half Spanish, and Eagle Head Saddles
  • Section E: The Attakapas Saddle (America’s First Cowboy Saddle)
  • Section F: The Hope and Texas Saddle (1930’s-1870’s) and Early Stock Saddles
  • Section G: The California Saddle (1845-1870’s)
  • Section H: The Somerset Saddle

 

Section II: Chapter 7: The Common and Popular American Saddle Patterns, History and Identification

  • Section I: The Morgan, Morgan Muley, and Mosby Saddles
  • Section J: The Kilgore Saddle
  • Section K: The Wilbourn / Buena Vista Saddle
  • Section L: The Spring Seat Saddle and the Kentucky Spring Seat Saddle
  • Section M: Park and Police Saddles
  • Section N: Commercial Military Saddles
  • Section O: The American Western Stock Saddle (Their Origins, Development, and Legacies)
  • Section P: Chronology of Stock Saddle Evolution

 

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