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By Lisa Leghorn and Katherine Parker. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1981. Worth her salt: women at work in australia. By Margaret Bevege, Margaret James and Carmel Shute (eds). Sydney, Hale and Iremonger, 1982. Published: 1 December 1983. by SAGE Publications.
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The Leghorn is a breed of chicken originating in Tuscany, in central Italy. Birds were first exported to North America in 1828 from the port city of Livorno, on the western coast of Tuscany. They were initially called "Italians", but by 1865 the breed was known as "Leghorn", the traditional anglicisation of "Livorno". The breed was introduced to Britain from the United States in 1870. White Leghorns are commonly used as layer chickens in many countries of the world.