Man and Animals: Living, Working, and Changing Together

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UPenn Museum of Archaeology, Jan 1, 1984 - Social Science - 80 pages
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Through ancient artifacts and modern science, this richly illustrated handbook traces the development of four domesticated animals—the horse, dog, cow, and cat—important to the human community as pets, major food producers, and powerful work animals.

 

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Contents

CONTENTS Introduction
7
Horse
9
Dog
29
Cow
47
Cat
57
The Veterinary School
73
Bibliography
80
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About the author (1984)

David Anthony grew up in the Bay Area. He is an associate professor of early American literature in the Department of English at SIU-Carbondale. This is his first novel.

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