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Very Good in Very Good-dust jacket. 0832914169. Photographs by George Dow. From the dust jacket: "DECOYS OF THE ATLANTIC FLYWAY is a masterpiece of original research, connoisseurship, and plain storytelling. The book has three parts. The first, "Decoy Art and History", explains the background of the decoy making from the market-gunning era when decoys were considered merely a utility to more recent times when they were recognized as an art form, and describes the construction methods of the decoy makers. Part Two, "Stick-up Decoys", is about non-floating imitations-geese, crows, pigeons, and especially the shorebirds that have now passed almost completely from the gunning scene. The third and largest part, "Regional Decoys", is a geographical-historical survey, running from Maine to North Carolina, and from the earliest origins of decoys to the present day."
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