The history of birds.
Bibliographic Citation:
The history of birds. Portland [Me.]: : Bailey & Noyes., [not before 1860?]
Bailey & Noyes., [not before 1860?]
  • According to extant directories, Bailey & Noyes published in Portland, Me. between 1860 and at least 1875.
  • At head of printed wrapper: 8.
  • First sentence: "The Ostrich is the largest of all birds."
  • Includes 7 woodcuts.
  • Contents: Ostrich -- Nightingale -- Kite -- Quail -- Falcon -- Jackdaw.
  • Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: bound with The two goats and the sick monkey. Portland [Me.]:Bailey & Noyes,[not before 1860?]. Bound together subsequent to publication with 11 other chapbooks; bound in brown calf, gilt lettering. I. Mackenzie. Montreal. Feb/59. $27.50. Jo Ann Reisler, Vienna, Virginia - '91 - $275.00. Given to McGill summer 2001.
Physical Description: and white, 95 mm.
Chapbook Category:
Geographical Description, Local History and Natural History
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