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Re: Atawallpa was no chicken (It was Re: chicken in America: from Asia? (cont.))
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Yuri Kuchinsky <email@example.com> wrote:
>You asked me about Capa and his sources. MAN ACROSS THE SEA lists this
>item in the bibliography.
>Capa, P. R., 1915, ESTUDIOS CRITICOS ACERCA DE LA DOMINACION ESPANOLA EN
>AMERICA. Pt. 3, INDUSTRIA AGRICOLA-PECUARIA... 4th edition, Madrid.
>He's the guy who thought that many early eyewitnesses reported
>distinctively Asian breeds of chickens from S. America.
>This matter may be interesting to investigate further. If more such
>reports can be found, and I think this very possible, Carter's case will
>be greatly strengthened.
Eek, the listing is under Ricardo Cappa in the UC Berkeley on-line catalog,
which also indicates this is a 20 volume work. I don't suppose Carter
gives any page numbers/volume references?
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