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Scott Miltenberger
I am currently completing my dissertation on domesticated animals in New York City, from the end of the American Revolution to consolidation. My work examines the myriad ways in which animals contributed to the development of New York, and New York in turn contributed to the development of ideas that govern our contemporary relationship with domesticated creatures.

Affiliation: University of California, Davis
Email: samiltenberger@ucdavis.edu
Category: Scholars/Experts
Subject: Ideas & Ideologies , Environment & Conservation , General NYC History
Time Period: 19th Century to Civil War , 19th Century to Civil War , English to American Revolution


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