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Eggs That Were Never Peacocks; Or Fables and Facts Designed to Teach Child-Wisdom
(NY: Carlton & Lanahan; Cincinnati: Hitchcock & Walden, 1869)
This is a small volume (about 4 x 6) containing nineteen teaching stories on some 136 pages. The title-story introduces us to Hugo the peacock, who thinks that the farm, its barn, the family that works it, and all the ...