The Antelope and Deer of America. A Comprehensive Treatise Upon The Natural History, including the Characteristics, Habits, Affinities, and Capacity for Domestication, of the Antliocapra and Cervidae of North America
Caton, John Dean

Boston, Massachusetts: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1881. xxxii + 373 pages; inscribed on the front endpaper "Mrs Wagstaff with the high consideration of John Dean Caton"; tissue-guarded engraved portrait frontispiece of the author by H.B. Hall; illustrated throughout with black and white illustrations; information on the natural history of the deer and antelope of North America, habitat, groupings, the chase, domestication, skins, John Dean Caton (1812 - 1895) American businessman and jurist; bound in the original terracotta cloth, black and gilt cover & spine titles & gilt illustration; some tips and edge-wear to cloth, rubbing; spine titles a little dull; occasional spottiness in the text; in very good condition. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 24261)


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