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A Day No Pigs Would Die

Robert Newton Peck

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Holbrook, Stewart H. Ethan Allen. Portland, Oregon: Binford & Mort Publishing, 1992.

Johnson, E. Harper. General Baseball Doubleday. New York: Longmans, Green, 1955.

Morse, Flo, and Vincent Newton, eds. A Young Shaker's Guide to Good Manners. Woodstock, Vermont: Countryman Press, 1998.

Peck, Robert. A Part of the Sky. New York: Random House, 1997.

Peck, Robert. Soup. New York: Random House, 1998.

Pelsue, Neil and Kate Finley-Woodruff. Vermont Agriculture: Its Land and People. Center for Rural Studies, University of Vermont. January 1997. <http://ctr.uvm.edu/ext/factsheets/agfs7/land&peo.htm> (10 September 2001).

Stein, Stephen J. The Shaker Experience in America. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994.

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Pinky is a girl!

by VioletFlowermeadow, August 12, 2013

I noticed that you guys made Pinky a "he", although she is a GIRL! Why else would they breed her to a boar? She was expected to be a brood sow! How can that possibly be a boy? It just looks funny to me...

Samson and Solomon

by twistleton, January 02, 2014

The ox is Solomon; Mr. Tanner's boar hog is Samson.

Apron and Daisy

by sewingmama, January 06, 2014

Apron:Mr.Tanner's

cow, Bib and Bob's mother
Daisy: The Peck's dairy cow

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