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The prints have been compiled in a book and are available as posters, greeting cards and postcards. This publisher moved to 207-211 Baronne Street by 1896.
With the encouragement and blessing of the Louisiana Department of Agriculture & Forestry’s Livestock Brand Commission, Glenda and her father are laying the groundwork for a museum to portray the historical and cultural significance of Louisiana cattle brands.
In an era of high tech security devices, cattle brands are definitely a low-tech item.
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“Back when the Spanish ruled Louisiana, the authorities required everyoneto register at a central location. Although no location has been secured yet, Schoeffler sees within the museum a blacksmith recreating the actual iron brands of families for display.
If you had five or more cows they had to be branded. Anybody could claim them.“The brand was also a family’s mark. To help fund the museum, individual families will make financial donations to have their brands exhibited along with portraits, photographs, histories and genealogical records.
Although her father holds 27 oil-field related patents and his living is made inother things, the artistic lines and swirls of a brand appealed to the senior Schoeffler.
He began recording them and over the years has amassed more than 4,000 brands of southwest Louisianacowboys.
Each print is illustrated with pen and ink drawings of parents, children and scenes of Acadian life: livestock, landscapes, houses, churches, farming, logging, cane grinding, crawfishing, haying, horse-drawn buggies, pirogues, swamps, and other events in rural and historic Acadiana.
One of Schoeffler’s prints is of his own lineage, the Bourques, which includes 20 Bourque familiesand their brands from 1778 to 1872. Three other printsare of Free Persons of Color, including 73 surnames from 1748 through 1896. resided on 99 to 108 Gravier Street, New Orleans, Louisiana in 1893.
The distinctive mark of ownership for livestock is something folks outside the cattle industry give little thought to anymore.