Item mssfinley_series01_box02_folder04_68 - Little brother of the bear - The raccoon

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mssfinley_series01_box02_folder04_68

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Little brother of the bear - The raccoon

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  • 1930 - 1939 (Creation)

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Manuscripts; Typescripts

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(1876-1953)

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Manuscript that likens raccoons to bears in the first paragraph due to the raccoon's appearance. Later, it is established that raccoons are an American animal as they were not found anywhere else. In early American history raccoon skins were used as currency, mainly for apparel reasons, but now the animal can be considered a pet. The author warns that they are rambunctious in captivity. There is a brief mention of an exchange between a pet raccoon and a cat.

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William L. Finley Papers, 1899-1946 (MSS Finley); Series 1: Manuscripts, circa 1910-1942

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862693c9-1850-43f3-a1fd-75fbeda2ebcc-mssfinley_series01_box02_folder04_68.pdf

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570.9 KiB

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