APA (7th ed.) Citation

United States. Bureau of Animal Industry. (1907). Amendment to Regulation 35, providing for admission of horses belonging to Indian tribes and settlers and those used in connection with stock raising (cow ponies) or mining, and those for temporary stay at points along frontier not exceeding 2 weeks, effective Aug. 1, 1907. [publisher not identified].

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

United States. Bureau of Animal Industry. Amendment to Regulation 35, Providing for Admission of Horses Belonging to Indian Tribes and Settlers and Those Used in Connection with Stock Raising (cow Ponies) or Mining, and Those for Temporary Stay at Points Along Frontier Not Exceeding 2 Weeks, Effective Aug. 1, 1907. [Washington]: [publisher not identified], 1907.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

United States. Bureau of Animal Industry. Amendment to Regulation 35, Providing for Admission of Horses Belonging to Indian Tribes and Settlers and Those Used in Connection with Stock Raising (cow Ponies) or Mining, and Those for Temporary Stay at Points Along Frontier Not Exceeding 2 Weeks, Effective Aug. 1, 1907. [publisher not identified], 1907.

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