WILDLIFE IN AMERICA'S HISTORY by Will Barker

WILDLIFE IN AMERICA'S HISTORY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Report repeated from March 15th Bulletin (p. 283 J-91) when scheduled for earlier publication reads as follows: ""Much of the wildlife native to North America was rendered extinct by the trigger-happy white man. A few statistics and historical anecdotes on the buffalo, white tail deer, antelope, elk, passenger pigeon and other now uncommon creatures are the only facts offered. Some reference to original wildlife which can still be found on this continent sums it up. The illustrations have not been seen, but they will have to be outstanding to compensate for these sparse little paragraphs.

Pub Date: Aug. 27th, 1962
Publisher: McKay-Luce