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Fjord horse

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = TD,Use For = Norwegian pony

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from J.B Jessen, 14 April 1910

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Identifier: Coll-14/9/16/9
Scope and Contents Jessen asks Ewart to clarify his term 'the Norse horse' in his essay 'The Multiple Origins of Horses and Ponies' by confirming whether it means the Norwegian horse or the Norman horse.
Dates: 14 April 1910

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Matthew Horace Hayes, 03 September 1902

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Identifier: Coll-14/9/8/69
Scope and Contents Hayes states that he is enclosing two pulls from blocks that he has made from Ewart's son's photograph of a Norwegian pony.
Dates: 03 September 1902

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Matthew Horace Hayes, 05 September 1902

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Identifier: Coll-14/9/8/70
Scope and Contents Hayes states that he hopes Ewart received the pulls of blocks he had produced from the negatives of the Norwegian pony and the long-maned pony, bay and foal. He has also recently received some photographs of typical Australian and Chinese ponies. He is pleased that Ewart thinks favourably of the idea of the two of them collaborating on the writing of a book on horse breeding and proposes to first publish a few articles in the Live Stock Journal.
Dates: 05 September 1902

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Sir William Ridgeway, 09 December 1902

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Identifier: Coll-14/9/8/112
Scope and Contents Ridgeway thanks Ewart for his comments about his own thoughts on the thoroughbred horse. Ridgeway hopes to have the paper printed by January 1903. He believes the Nisaean (or Caspian) breed owed its superiority and size to the crossing of Libyan blood with Asiatic. His paper also discusses the portrayal of small-headed horses portrayed by the cavemen of France. At present, his research revolves around the Norwegian pony with a stripe on its back. He is also greatly interested in Ewart's study...
Dates: 09 December 1902

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Sir William Ridgeway, 27 August 1903

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Identifier: Coll-14/9/9/90
Scope and Contents Ridgeway thanks Ewart for the papers he sent him. He concurs that the typical striped Norwegian pony was rare in Scandinavia in the 11th century, and that they are mentioned in the sagas. He states that he has now mapped out the entire historical evidence for horses in Europe and that his book is now ready to go to press after some complications with the publishers. He congratulates Ewart on the information about the Scottish ponies with the striped face and for his 'good news from the Faroe...
Dates: 27 August 1903