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The quadrupeds of North America, by John James Audubon and the Rev. John Bachman.

Main Author: Audubon, John James, 1785-1851.
Related Names: Audubon, John Woodhouse 1812-1862., Bachman, John 1790-1874.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, V.G. Audubon, 1851-54.
Subjects: Mammals > North America.
Note: Imperfect: plate CIII duplicated; plate CV wanting.
The first edition was published under title "The vivaparous quadrupeds of North America," and consisted of 3 folio volumes, containing CL colored plates, 1845-48, with text in 3 quarto volumes, 1846-53.
Plates LXI, LXIV, LXVII, LXXI-LXXIII, LXXVI-LXXVIII, LXXXI-LXXXII, LXXXVI, XC-XCVIII, C-CLV drawn from nature by J. W. Audubon.
Vol. 1, 1852; v. 2, 1851.
Physical Description: 3 v. CLV col. pl. 28 cm.
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