Written in English
|LC Classifications||SF442.6 H57 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||209|
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“Delightfully surprising.A portable virtual museum an entertaining stroll through the history of one of the world’s great cities” (Kirkus Reviews), told through distinctive objects that span the history of New York, almost all reproduced in luscious, full ed by A History of the World in Objects, Sam Roberts of The New York Times chose fifty objects that embody. Now Under Secretary for Art, History, and Culture Richard Kurin, aided by a team of top Smithsonian curators and scholars, has assembled a literary exhibition of objects from across the Smithsonian's museums that together offer a marvelous new perspective on the history of the United States. Cats Who Changed Civilization. Quirk Books, Philadelphia: Bradshaw, John W.S., The Evolutionary Basis for the Feeding Behavior of Domestic Dogs (Canis familiaris) and Cats (Felis catus), (7) J Nutrition (). Rainbolt, Dusty. “The Best Idea,” Cat Fancy. (August ): Grier, Katherine C. Pets in America: A History. Although it has been commonly accepted that cats were first domesticated in Egypt years ago, their history among human beings goes back much further. Wild cats are now known to have lived among the people of Mesopotamia over , years ago and to have been domesticated there approximat BCE at about the same time as dogs, sheep, and goats.