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ILLUSTRATIONS

I.

II.

SITTING ON THE Box IN WHICH HE MADE A RAILWAY JOURNEY   

 

Frontispiece

FULL-FURRED FoxEs    

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III.

RANGE OF RED FoxEs IN CANADA (Map)    

16

IV.

RED, CROSS AND SILVER FOXES    

20

V.

A MATED PAIR OF SILVER FOXES    

25

 

Fox PEN IN THE MAPLE WOODS   

25

W.

THE BEST LOCATION FOR A RANCH IS IN A WOODLOT   

26

VII.

DETAIL OF FENCE CONSTRUCTION WITH SHEET IRON    

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DETAIL OF FENCE CONSTRUCTIONAN ALLEY AROUND EACH PEN    

28

VIII.

USUAL TYPE OF KENNEL AND PEN    

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CHEAP KENNEL CONSTRUCTED FROM A PACKING Box    

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IX.

FLOOR PLAN AND VERTICAL SECTION OF A Fox KENNEL   

34

X.

PLAN OF Two Goo]) TYPES OF Fox RANCHES    

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XI.

FOXES OF VARIOUS AGES AND ATTITUDES    

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XII.

RANGE OF RACCOONS IN CANADA (Map)    

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XIII.

RANGE OF MINKS IN CANADA (Map)    

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XIV.

MINK RANCH AT LAC CHAUD    

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MINK'S DEN, ARTIFICIAL    

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XV.

RANGE OF THE AMERICAN MARTENS IN CANADA (Map)   

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XVI.

MINK SITTING ON HIs HousE    

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OrrER    

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XVII.

RANGE OF SKUNKS IN CANADA (Map)    

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XVIII.

BEAVER    

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LIVE SKUNKSLONG STRIPED    

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XIX.

RANGE OF MUSKRATS IN CANADA (Map)    

89

XX.

RANGE OF THE AMERICAN BEAVER IN CANADA (Map)    

90

XXI.

STRETCHING BOARDS    

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XXII.

A COLLECTION OF 34 WILD SILVER Fox SKINS, WORTH UPWARDS OF

 

$21,000    110 XXIII. T. R. H. DUKE OF CONNAUGHT AND PRINCESS PATRICIA IN SAINT

PATRICK RANCH    126


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