Lives of the Fur Folk by Maud D. Haviland

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Author Haviland, Maud D. (Maud Doria), 1891?-1941
Illustrator Caldwell, E. (Edmund G.)
Title Lives of the Fur Folk
Contents The story of Redpad the fox: The spring rains. The hunters. First blood. How the debt was paid. The sheep slayer. From Kilmanagh to Knockdane -- The story of Fluff-Button the rabbit: How Fluff-Button cried quits. The spring longing. The invasion of Garry's Hill. The fear that was in the way. Under the moon -- Stories from the life of Grimalkin the cat: The first hunting. The stealthy death. The collared buck. Zoe. Where the battle is to the strong -- The biography of Stubbs the badger: The twilight hunters. Borrigan's baiting. The Larch Hill 'earth.'
Credits Produced by Roberta Staehlin, David Garcia, Matthew Wheaton
and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at (This file was produced from images
generously made available by The Internet Archive/American
Language English
LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature
LoC Class QL: Science: Zoology
Subject Animals
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EBook-No. 37127
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Jan 8, 2021
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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