Prose and poetry of the life stock industry of the United States with outlines of the the origin and ancient history of our live stock animals

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Published by Antiquarian press in New York .

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Statementwith a new introduction by Ramon F. Adams ; prepared by authority of the National Live Stock Association.
SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 16787.
ContributionsSmiley, Jerome., National Live Stock Association (U.S.)
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Pagination757 p.
Number of Pages757
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17572864M

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