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Seton, Ernest Thompson

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Studies in the Art of Anatomy of Animals. Macmillan and Co. Limited, London (1896). Being A Brief Analysis Of The Visible Forms Of The More Familiar Mammals And Birds; Designed For The Use Of Sculptors, Painters, Illustrators, Naturalists And Taxidermists; Illustrated with 100 drawings by the author

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Wild Animals I Have Known. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1898).

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Trail of the Sandhill Stag. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1899).

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Biography of a Grizzly. Century Co., New York (1900). 12 plates and numerous illus. in the text (incl. title vignette) by Seton

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Wild Animal Play. Curtis Publishing Company,New York (1900).

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Wild Animals I Have Known. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1900). Being the Personal Histories of Lobo, Silverspot, Raggylug, Bingo, the Springfield Fox, the Pacing Mustang, Wully, and Redruff; Illustrated with numerous black and white drawings by the author

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Lives of the Hunted. George N. Morang and Company, Toronto, Canada (1901). 30 plates featuring black and white drawings of the animal characters in the book

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Lives of the Hunted. E. P. Dutton and Co, New York (1901). Containing a True Account of the Doings of Five Quadrupeds and Three Birds

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Lives of the Hunted. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1901). Containing a True Account of the Doings of Five Quadrupeds and Three Birds, And, in Elucidations of the Same, over 200 Drawings

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Wild Animals I Have Known. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1902). 200 Drawings by Ernest Thompson Seton; Being the Personal Histories of Lobo, Silverspot, Raggylug, Bingo, and Springfield Fox, the Pacing Mustang, Wully, and Redruff .

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Two Little Savages. Grosset and Dunlap,New York (1903).

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Two Little Savages. Doubleday Page and Company, New York (1903). Being the Adventures of Two Boys Who Lived as Indians and What They Learned; 29 plates and numerous text illus. (incl. title vignette) by Seton; With over 200 drawings by the author

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Life-Histories of Northern Animals. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1909). An Account of the Mammals of Manitoba; With 68 Maps and 560 Drawings By the Author; 2 Volumes; Volume I.- Grass-Eaters; Volume II.- Flesh-Eaters; 54 Plates of Seton's animal drawings in cloth covered boards

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Life-Hitories of Northern Animals. Constable and Co., London (1910). An Account of the Mammals of Manitobal; Volume I. Grass-Eaters, Volume II. Flesh-Eaters, 2 volumes; with 100 plates, 267 full-page and text illustrations, and 68 maps in total

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Histories of Western Animals. Constable and Co., London (1910). An Account of the Mammals of Manitoba

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Rolf in the Woods. Doubleday, Page and Company, Garden City (1911).

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Rolf in the Woods. Grosset and Dunlap Publishers, New York (1911). the Adventures of a Boy Scout With Indian Quonab and Little Dog Skookum

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Arctic Prairies. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1911). A Canoe-Journey of 2,000 Miles in Search Of The Caribou; Being The Account Of A Voyage To The Region Of Aylmer Lake.

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Arctic Prairies. Constable and Co., London (1912).

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Preacher of Cedar Mountain. Doubleday, Page and Company, Garden City (1917). Color frontis by Clarence Rowe

Seton, Ernest Thompson. WILD ANIMALS I HAVE KNOWN. Hodder and Stoughton, London, England (1919). Being the Personal Histories of Lobo, Silverspot, Rappylup, Blingo, the Springfield Fox, the Pacing Mustang, Wully and Redruff

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Woodcraft manual for girls. Doubleday, Page and Company (1920). The eighteenth Birch bark rool

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Lives of Game Animals. Doubleday, Garden City (1925). An Account of those Land Animals in America, north of the Mexican Border, which are considered Game, either because they have held the Attention of Sportsmen, or received the Protection of Law; 4 volumes; 50 maps and 1500 illustrations by the author

Seton, Ernest Thompson. LIVES OF GAME ANIMALS. Doubleday, Doran, Garden City (1928). An Account of those Land Animals in America, north of the Mexican border, which are considered Game, either because they have held the Attention of sportsmen, or received the Protection of Law; 177 copies; With 50 maps and 1500 illustrations by the author

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Gospel of The Red Man. Doubleday Doran and Company, New York (1939). An Indian Bible; Julia M. Seton (compliers); 120 pages including a three page list of other titles by the Setons

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Santana. Phoenix Press, Los Angeles (1945). The Hero Dog of France; 500 copies

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Lives of Game Animals. Charles T. Branford, Company, Boston (1953). An Account of Those Land Animals in America, North of the Mexican Border; Which Are Considered Game, Either Because They Have Held the Attention of Sportsmen, or Received the Protection of Law; 8 Volumes; Contents : Volume I ? Parts I and II : Order Carnivora or Flesh-eaters : Cats, Wolves, and Foxes. Volume II Parts I and II : Order Carnivora or Flesh-eaters : Bears, Coons, Badgers, Skunks, and Weasels. Volume III ? Parts I and II : Order Ungulata or Hoofed Animals : Deer, Antelope, Sheep, Cattle, and Peccary. Volume IV ? Parts I and II : Order Rodentia, etc.: Squirrels, Rabbits, Armadillo, and Opossum; With 50 maps and 1500 illustrations by the author