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The Passenger Pigeon in Pennsylvania

Its Remarkable History, Habits and Extinction, with Interesting Side Lights on the Folk and Forest Lore of the Alleghenian Region of the Old Keystone State

John C. French

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$24.95 | Paperback Edition
ISBN: 978-0-271-06195-5

320 pages
5.5" × 8.5"
28 b&w illustrations
1919

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The Passenger Pigeon in Pennsylvania

Its Remarkable History, Habits and Extinction, with Interesting Side Lights on the Folk and Forest Lore of the Alleghenian Region of the Old Keystone State

John C. French

 

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An Open Access edition of The Passenger Pigeon in Pennsylvania is available through PSU Press Unlocked. To access this free electronic edition click here. Print editions are also available.

John C. French (1856–1934) was the author of and contributor to several books on Pennsylvania wildlife, folklore, and music, including Henry Shoemaker’s The Black Bear of Pennsylvania and Rafting Days in Pennsylvania. He lived in Roulette, Pennsylvania.

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