This intriguing book examines in fascinating detail the relationship between people and domesticated cattle. Carlson considers the impact of science, technology and economics on cattle, and how they have influenced human history. Illustrations.This intriguing book examines in fascinating detail the relationship between people and domesticated cattle. Carlson considers the impact of science, technology and economics on cattle, and how they have influenced human history. Illustrations.Read Less
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Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Green boards quarter bound to black with gilt spine letters. 1st Edition, 2001 with no additional printings indicated. Former library book with usual markings, labels and card pocket. Light wear. Firmly bound, tight and square. Unmarked text on bright, clean pages. Dust jacket is protected by library mylar sleeve pasted to boards. A nice copy in Very Good condition.
Good in very good dust jacket. PRINTED TEXT LOOKS UNREAD; Good+ condition; (shelf G183); ex-library with usual stickers, stamps & markings; mylar covering; 2 library stickers on back; very light shelfwear; The centuries-old relationship of cows and humans is a fascinating and complex story. Drawing on a wide range of sources the author discusses the history of cattle in various cultures, the impact of science and economics on cattle, and much more"; 321p;
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