The New International Encyclopædia/Jacobin
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|Edition of 1905. See also Jacobin (pigeon) on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.|
JACOBIN. A small, highly artificial pigeon, resembling the capuchin, in which the prolonged upright feathers of the neck and head form a sort of cowl about the face. See Pigeon and Colored Plate of Pigeons.