Vicious - Coleman, Jon T. - Yale University Press
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- The Lamar Series in Western History
Wolves and Men in America
Awarded the 2005 W. Turrentine Jackson Award by the Western History Association
Winner of the 2005 John H. Dunning Prize for 2005 sponsored by the American Historical Association.
Why did Americans hate wolves for centuries? And, given the ferocity of this loathing, why are Americans now so protective of the animals? In this provocative history of wolves in America—and of the humans who have hated and loved them—Jon Coleman investigates the sometimes violent and always controversial relationship between the two species.
"With lively prose and copious detail (Coleman) deftly weaves together the histories of settler and lupine societies. . . . Provocative, scholarly, scholarly, and readable."—Karen R. Jones, Journal of American History
"Thoughtfully conceived, insightful, and well written, Vicious is a wicked good read."—Andrew Kirk, Montana: The Magazine of Western History
Jon T. Coleman teaches history at the University of Notre Dame.
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