Our Humble Helpers: Familiar Talks on the Domestic Animals by Jean-Henri Fabre

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Author Fabre, Jean-Henri, 1823-1915
Translator Bicknell, Florence Constable
LoC No. 18019308
Title Our Humble Helpers: Familiar Talks on the Domestic Animals
Original Publication United States: The Century Co.,1918.
Contents The cock and the hen -- The gizzard -- The chief kinds of poultry -- The egg -- Incubation -- The young chickens -- The poulard -- The turkey -- The guinea-fowl -- The palmipedes -- The duck -- The wild goose -- The domestic goose -- The pigeon -- A story from Audubon -- A supposition -- A fragment of history -- The jackal -- The chief breeds of dogs -- The various uses of dogs -- The Eskimo dog -- The dog of Montargis -- Hydrophobia -- The cat -- Sheep -- The goat -- The ox -- Milk -- Butter -- Rennet -- Cheese -- The pig -- Pig's measles -- A persistent parasite -- The horse -- The ass.
Credits Jeroen Hellingman and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at https://www.pgdp.net/ for Project Gutenberg (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive/American Libraries.)
Language English
LoC Class SF: Agriculture: Animal culture
Subject Domestic animals
Category Text
EBook-No. 67073
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Apr 5, 2022
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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