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New Worlds, New Animals From Menagerie to Zoological Park in the Nineteenth Century

Edited By: RJ Hoage and WA Deiss
198 pages, 97 b/w illus
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  • New Worlds, New Animals ISBN: 9780801853739 Paperback May 1996 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Collection of essays which trace the development of the modern zoo in the nineteenth century.

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Robert J. Hoage is chief of the office of public affairs for the National Zoological Park in Washington D.C. William A. Deiss is associate archivist at the Smithsonian Institution.
Edited By: RJ Hoage and WA Deiss
198 pages, 97 b/w illus
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This volume succeeds in presenting a balanced view of zoological park development in the last century, and has a global perspective... it is truly a fine effort of scholarship and invaluable to any person seeking a greater knowledge of the history, aspirations, and roles of zoos in Western Civilization. Quarterly Review of Biology
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