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1.  A to z of pigeons, fancy and utility, with latest standards (1921) 96 pages

Author’s Introduction : A Book On  fancy and utility 'pigeons by J. W. Williamson to the pigeon fraternity.

2.  American squab culture (1921)  296 pages

BY E. H. EGGLESTON

Author’s Introduction : A PRACTICAL WORK ON SQUAB CULTURE COVERING EVERY PHASE or THE RAISING, HOUSING AND MARKETING OF SQUABS

3.  At my window hours with my pigeons (1911) 138 pages

Author’s Introduction : BY RUTH A. JOHNSTONE With Frontispiece in Colors by SPENCER BAIRD NICHOLS

4.  Birds and the war (1919)  216 pages

Author’s Introduction : ON the outbreak of the European War In 1914 1 made up my mind to collect all the information I could regarding
its effects upon the life of Birds. The result has been the accumulation of a large collection
of cuttings, from scientific publications as well as newspapers, and it has been with no little difficulty that this has been collated.

5. Fancy Pigeons (1887)  540 pages

Author’s Introduction : CONTAINING FULL DIRECTIONS FOB THEIR BREEDING 
AND MANAGEMENT, 
WITH 
DESCRIPTIONS OF EVERY KNOWN VARIETY, 
AND 
ALL OTHER INFORMATION OF INTEREST OR USE 
TO PIGEON FANCIERS. 
ILLUSTRATED WITH COLORED PLATES AND WOODCUTS,
BY JAMES C. LYELL. 
THIRD EDITION.

6. Guide to successful squab raising (1909) 36 pages

BY
MILTON O. JONES

7.  Homing and related activities of birds (1915) 158 pages

Author’s Introduction : PAPERS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF MARINE BIOLOGY OF THE CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON

 I ALFRED G. MAYER, Director  VOLUME VII.  HOMING AND BELATED ACTIVITIES OF BIRDS

By J. B. WATSON and K. S. LASHLEY

8.  How to breed, rear & train the Macclesfield tippler and the high-flying tumbler pigeon (1886) 70 pages

Author’s Introduction : A knowledge of Pigeon training is necessary to all who enjoy the sport of long and high-flying
This book is a thoroughly practical one, it being the direct outcome of my own experience and investigation. 
You will find it contains all
the information that is required for the feeding, breeding, rearing, and 
training of the high-flying Tumbler, which is so important in this sport
and pastime.

9. Indian Pigeons and Doves (1913)  342 pages

BY E. C. STUART BAKER

Author’s Introduction : MY reasons for writing a volume upon our Indian Pigeons and Doves are several,
 and I trust will be deemed sufiBcient by my readers.
In the first place, there has as yet been no book published which deals with these most beautiful birds from the point of view of the
Sportsman and Field-Naturalist as well as from that of the Scientific or Museum-Naturalist, and as this is a gap in the records of our
Indian Avifauna which badly needs filling.

10.  Line breeding for the pigeon fancier (1909) 32 pages Illustrated

By E. R. E. CHAPMAN

11.  Our domestic birds, elementary lessons in aviculture (1913) 336 pages

BY JOHN H. ROBINSON

PREFACE
Author’s Introduction : Ten years ago aviculture had hardly been thought of as a school subject. 
To-day it is taught in thousands of schools, and 
in some states instruction in poultry culture is required by law.
 This rapid change in sentiment and situation has resulted from
a combination of causes. When agricultural colleges established poultry departments, it was found that a large part of those
applying for admission to them had neither the practical knowledge 
of poultry nor the general education that they needed to do
work of college grade.

12.  Our feathered game; a handbook of the North American game birds (1903)  476 pages

Author’s Introduction : BY DWIGHT W. HUNTINGTON
WITH EIGHT FULL-PAGE SHOOTING SCENES IN COLOR
AND ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIVE BIRD PORTRAITS

13.  Pigeon Raising (1913)  136 pages Illustrated

BY ALICE MACLEOD

Author’s Introduction : CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
I. THE NOVICE AND HIS MISTAKES 9
II. How I SHOULD BUILD A PIGEON PLANT 21
III. COSTS AND PROFITS . . . . '35
IV. THE VARIOUS BREEDS AND THEIR MARKINGS 49
V. THE NATURE AND HABITS OF HIGH-BRED PIGEONS ... 67
VI. BREEDING 81
VII. DISEASE AND FEEDING ... 95
VIII. MARKETING, KILLING, AND CURING FEATHERS . . . . 105

14. Pigeons and all about them (1898)  268 pages

BY MAJOR F. M. GILBERT.

Author’s Introduction : DEDICATION.
VERY BOOK should be dedicated to somebody,
 therefore, why not a book on pigeons ? Yet, as I ponder over my list of friends, I
find so many endeared to me by that " good comradeship' which is so universal among fanciers,
that I hesitate to select any particular one, for fear the others might feel hurt. Therefore after much
deliberation I have decided to select a man who is not only a blood relation to every fancier in the
world, but was in fact the first fancier, and the first man to test a Homer pigeon.

15.  Pigeons their structure, varieties, habits, and management (1868)  234 pages

16.  Profitable squab breeding (1914)  76 pages

By CARL DARE
Author’s Introduction : A complete practical guide for the
beginner as well as the experienced 
breeder. 
Reliable information gleaned from 
the experience of a lifetime in the
work. 
Full instructions on all points from 
the installation of the plant to the 
marketing of the product.

17.  Propagation of wild birds including pigeons and doves (1915) 378 pages

Author’s Introduction : A Manual of Applied Ornithology
TREATING OF PRACTICAL METHODS OF PROPAGATION 
OF QUAILS, GROUSE, WILD TURKEY,
PHEASANTS, PARTRIDGES, PIGEONS AND 
DOVES, AND WATERFOWL, IN AMERICA,
AND OF ATTRACTING AND 
INCREASING WILD BIRDS IN 
GENERAL, INCLUDING 
SONG-BIRDS 
By HERBERT K. JOB

18. Squab culture (1916)  76 pages

BY D. RUSS WOOD

PUBLISHED BY The Indiana Squab Company

Author’s Introduction : The information contained in this manual has to
do entirely with squab breeding pigeons. It is written 
with the idea in mind of helping those already
interested in this rapidly growing industry, or those 
about to embark in it.

18. Squabs for profit (1907)  60 pages

BY J. A. SUMMERS.

Author’s Introduction : The author of this little book has been a successful squab raiser for a number of years, but the same as
others found many obstacles when commencing business. I felt in need of reliable information myself, and it is
for those in the same predicament, and those who made inquiries, that I publish this Book.

8. The Belgian racing pigeon and its practical treatment (19?)

Author’s Introduction : It is with great pleasure that I offer this edition
of my book to English and American pigeon fanciers. 
I hope that this English edition will meet with
the same success that the original book enjoyed. 
For the beginner it will be a sure guide; it will
counsel him to learn to know his pigeons and to attach 
more importance to practice than to theory.
To the experienced fancier its message is that 
more than one road leads to success.

19.  The Dovecote and the Aviary (1851)  486 pages

Author’s Introduction : HISTORY OF PIGEONS AND OTHER
DOMESTIC BIRDS IN A CAPTIVE STATE. 
WITH HINTS FOR THEIR MANAGEMENT.
BY REV. E. S. DIXON, M.A., 
AUTHOR OF "ORNAMENTAL AND DOMESTIC POULTRY."

20.  The Feather's practical squab book. Questions and answers (1904)  120 pages

BY W. E. RICE

Author’s Introduction : Some businesses are attractive simply because they
are profitable and most of us are willing to engage in 
any honest undertaking which we can successfully manage,
if it has nothing more in it to appeal to us than the 
money that can be made thereby. This is true even if
the business has not a few disagreeable elements in it.

21.  The fertilization and early development of the pigeon's egg (1902)  64 pages

Author’s Introduction : A DISSERTATION
SUBMITTSD TQ THE EACtlLTIBS OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOLS OP ARTS, 
LITERATURE, AND SCIENCE, IN CANDIDACY FOR THE "
DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY , 
ZOOLOGY
BY 
EUGENE HOWARD HARPER

22.  The homing or carrier pigeon (1871) 94 pages

Author’s Introduction : The employment of Pigeons as letter-carries-s during the late war between France and Germany,
and the establishment of a regular pigeon post from Tours into Paris, has directed the attention
of the public very strongly to the perform ances of these birds ; and, in consequence, several
articles respecting them have appeared in the various periodicals of the day, but, with one or
two exceptions, these have been compiled by persons quite ignorant of the subject on which
they have undertaken to write, and the most singular errors have consequently been published.

23.  The national standard squab book (1907)  176 pages

By ELMER C. RICE
Author’s Introduction : A PRACTICAL MANUAL GIVING 
COMPLETE AND PRECISE DIRECTIONS
FOR THE INSTALLATION 
AND MANAGEMENT OF A SUCCESSFUL
SQUAB PLANT. FACTS 
FROM EXPERIENCES OF MANY
HOW TO MAKE A PIGEON AND SQUAB 
BUSINESS PAY, DETAILS OF BUILDING,
BUYING, HABITS OF BIRDS, MATING, 
WATERING, FEEDING, KILLING, COOLING,
MARKETING, SHIPPING, CURING 
AILMENTS, AND OTHER INFORMATION
Illustrated with New Sketches and Half Tone Plates 
from Photographs Specially Made 
for this Work 

24.  The Oriental Frill Pigeon (1920)  124 pages

Author’s Introduction : WITH NOTES ON
BREEDING, MANAGEMENT
EXHIBITING, FEEDING. &c
BY
FRANK MAGHIN
Past President of the Oriental Frill Club 
SECOND EDITION.

25.  The passenger pigeon (1907)  269 pages Illustrated

BY W. B. MERSHON

Author’s Introduction : FOR the last three years I have spent most of my leisure time in collecting as much material as possible
which might help to throw light on the oft-repeated query, "What has become of the wild pigeons?" 
The result of this labor of love is scarcely more than a compilation, and I am under many obligations
to those who have so cheerfully assisted me.

26.  The pigeon book (1910)

BY A. H. Osman

Author’s Introduction : It will not be possible in a work of this description to give descriptive matter of any great length relative
to the different varieties, but they will be briefly dealt with in order that a beginner taking an interest in the
breeding of pigeons may know the main points of distinction between them, likewise their points of
excellence and the most difficult features connected
with their breeding.

27.  The pigeon standard (1900)  92 pages

Author’s Introduction : Introduction
REALIZING the urgent need in the American Pigeon Fancy of a book containing a standard
for all varieties,
 A large majority of these 
standards have been carefully studied and adopted by
committees from the leading specialty clubs of England 
and America.
C. E. Twombly

28.  The Pleasures of a Pigeon-fancier (1886)  188 pages

BY THE REV. J. LUCAS.

Author’s Introduction : THIS book is the offspring of my leisure hours. It is not a treatise on Pigeons compiled on
scientific principles. It is an essay. An essay should be chatty rather than systematic, so
that you can wander off into by-ways that attract the fancy without transgressing.

29.  The Practical Pigeon Keeper (1879)  248 pages , Illustrated 

BY
LEWIS WRIGHT,

Author’s Introduction : Theoretical discussions have been eschewed except in a very few cases, where a few words seemed likely to throw practical light on questions of deep interest to pigeon fanciers, such as the origin of Tumblers and of Tumbling, and the true ideal
standard for Owls and Jacobins. The object has been to get the greatest amount of practical information on practical points
into a small space.

30.  The Robinson method of breeding squabs (1901)  76 pages, Illustrated With Plates

Author’s Introduction : This Manual is written to give in brief and plain terms the rules by which Dr. J. G. Robinson, of Pembroke, Mass,
has won his famous success in breeding squabs for market. I think everyone interested in profitable breeding stock will
appreciate an account of the ways and means by which this gentleman and his wife have made such marked progress in
the handling of pigeons.

31.  The working homer (1904)  84 pages

BY J. A. WEBBER.

Author’s Introduction : IN writing this series of articles upon the Homing pigeon, it was my intention, at first to confine my
remarks to the breeding and training of these wonderfully interesting "messengers of the air." On more
mature consideration, however, I have been persuaded as preparatory to the subjects, to present a few facts
gathered from reliable authorities and authentic sources upon the origin and make-up of the present breed of
Homing pigeons, passing next to the remarkable, and as yet hidden and undiscovered " instinct on faculty,"
which are the characteristics of the true voyageur.

32 - Poultry And Pigeon Show {1909} By C F A

33 - The Book Of The Pigeon {1944} By Carl A.Naether

34 - Pigeon Diseases And Feeding {1919} By Dietz, E.J.W

35 - The Myology Of The Pigeon {1893} By Burk, Charles M

36 - The Feather'S Practical Pigeon Book {1903} By Long, Josiah C

37 - Chico The Story Of A Homing Pigeon {1922} By Lucy M.Blanchard

38 - Proposed Dominion Messenger Pigeon Association {1875} By Dmpa

39 - The Passenger Pigeon In Ontario {1935} By Mitchell, Margaret H

40 - Gastrulation In The Pigeon'S Egg {1909} By Patterson, John Thomas

41 - The Homing Or Carrier Pigeon {1871} By William Bernhard Tegetmeier

42 - The Fantail Pigeon How To Breed, Manage, And Exhibit {1900} By C.A.House

43 - Experiments In Genetics And Evolution On The Pigeon.{1930} By Anderson, James Grant

44 - The Young Angler, Naturalist, And Pigeon And Rabbit Fancier {1860} By Young Angler P

45 - Published Figures And Plates Of The Extinct Passenger Pigeon {1921} By Shufeldt, Robert W

46 - The American Poultry And Pigeon Fanciers' And Breeders' Directory {1881} By Lord, Edward O

47 - How To Breed, Rear & Train The Macclesfield Tippler And The High-Flying Tumbler Pigeon {1886} By Smith, G

48 - Money in squabs {1898} by  Long, Josiah C

49 - Raising P. V. squabs for profit {1920} by  Trecartin, John S

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