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English: Photograph of a female Passenger Pigeon ( Ectopistes migratorius) in captivity from the year 1898
Français : Photographie d'un pigeon migrateur ( Ectopistes migratorius) femelle, prise en captivité en 1898.
Date 1898
Source [ dead link], also at Wisconsin Historical society page on passenger pigeon photographs and photo page
Author J. G. Hubbard


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