Domestic animals

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Title:
Domestic animals
Physical Description:
8 p. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Publisher:
McLoughlin Bros.
Place of Publication:
New York
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Animals -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre:
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York

Notes

General Note:
Cover title.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 001767965
oclc - 26897609
notis - AJJ1165
System ID:
UF00023494:00001

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RABBITS: .. ..Bunny,; the Rabbit; is a pretty little animal, and iswl ingreat. favor as; a pet;:. It like:: eat:fresh gn leaves.


1. 4::i::: :---L- ----- `-- : LCN11 -A1k it~ nice to. drik,ae madse.


t\ .X j A A ri 1 i\THE REINDEERIn cold Lapland, the Reindeer draws the Lap dersS ede, fiunihXsR him with mii ad meat, and oits: kin he makes his clothing.


THE HORjSE:Th- H va rtea formankindi A youg hore iscl l a Colt.


GEESE'Here youe the o Gidr fai y w A g about.Soon they will goto theNd,, for they love to swim.


THE CAT -- --The Cat is a grcfl et and holds irst pfceX I a a' hous pet.


THE DOGVoE-:... An -rTl hbbe: 94 L th :oe, 0 is useful 'i he0 way s '. It*"::.kb ..: as compar nion In -frien? .'


AND CHICKENS i 'The Hken is, a*er obb$ th:-Rooster, ;thmefat i id4 4 e


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:'gl X-A~ tg r . L":~ ~P n lN .f r '' -if.'.~ : ... :.S : t "~ THE DONKEY The Donkey is a useful beast of burden, quite common in seme parts of the world. It is very hardy. ,s:_';e :. It a.. I. '~/7~ 1-.t



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F f' ~ ~ „; '" ... 1 .THE vCAT The Cat is a pretty, graceful creature, and holds irst place as a house pet. ._ .. ?1~~ ~~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~.Ic.: as a house pet.



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AND CHICKENS The Hen is a model mother to her little Chickens. The Rooster, the father-bird, is handsome and brave. r l !A |r



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*: A'A : .Vl :; '! .. . ; '' ?' : ,r .. ' ^e .a : . '. ;. i '-'~' -: CAMELS 'rhe Camel is ofi great service in desert countries, as its feet are adapted for walking on the sand.



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RABBITS Bunny, the Rabbit, is a pretty little animal, and is in gRial favor as n pet. It likes to eat fresh green leaves.



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,*B .. 'aFa, '.-' x-.j?. d GEESE Here you see the Goosey Gander family, wandering about. Soon they will go to the pond, for they love to swim.



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_ -' i' > THE REINDEER In cold Lapland, the Reindeer draws the Laplander's sledge, furnishes him with milk and meat, and of its skin he makes his clothing.







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,. W-THE H THE HORSE The Horse does a great variety of hard and useful work for mankind. A young horse is called a Colt.



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I ,A '-4. ~1.0 1 'I ' ..-. I ... -, K -. --. a ,j .i s. 1 'THE COW "* "---;-. -, The good Cow gives us milk, which is so nice to drink, and out of which butter and cheese are made.