Deer Hunting If Native Americans hunted deer in part to procure hides for trade, then the market value of deerskins may have in®uenced choices made by native hunters. I have argued that a number of factors affected the potential market ...
In 1973-74 as in 1972-73 the hunters selling hides either directly to the fur auction houses (hunters from Sanikiluaq and Tuktoyaktuk), or through the NWT Fur Marketing Service (hunters from Coral Harbour and Spence Bay), received the ...
Some hunters who have devoted many years to the business have given it up , and few , if any , are killing as many as they were four ... Cocoa , Melbourne , and Fort Pierce are headquarters for alligator hunting and trade in the hides .
... killing deer for hides ; Oregon makes all hunting for hides dependent on permission of the State game and forestry warden , and British Columbia , New Brunswick , and Newfoundland allow shipment of green hides only under license .
See Hides. Rocky Mountains Park, buffalo preserve in, 228 Roosevelt, Theodore, Honorary President American Bison Society, 230 Ross, Alexander, describing Red River hunt, 80-82; on the Blackfcet, 87 Rusling, General, on buffalo trails, ...
Author: United States. Congress. HousePublish On: 1942
There is a growing recognition that better use should be made of big game hides than has heretofore been necessary . Many hunters saved the skins for tanning , but perhaps over half have not been put to any use .
... hollow part of a gun through which the shot is fired. blind (BLYND) A shelter or screen that hides a hunter from his prey. camouflage (KA-muh-flahj) A pattern, often on clothing, that is used to hide someone or something in its ...
Author: Robyn Hardyman
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Hunting is a challenging hobby that requires attention and instruction. It is also a great way to spend time outdoors. This book offers a look at hunting that emphasizes skills, safety, and planning. This book will entice both curious students and reluctant readers.
Of course, the buffalo hunter didn't give a hoot for the stockman or for those who wanted to solve the Indian problem. His interest was in acquiring a great stack of buffalo hides that would bring him a dollar or so each.
Author: Wayne Gard
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
"Focusing on the years from 1871 to 1883, this authoritative work describes the hunting of the buffaloes for their hides as a factor in the conquest of the West."--Page 4 of cover
I have these hardened white hunters , and they been living for several years in the midst left before the Indians ... over the range , when the Indians are hunting last fall on the Green river side of the them , with only the hide ...
Hides Cougar, badger, and mountain beaver fur was buried so the grease would soak in and then knitted into blankets, each worth one slave or much of a bride ... A tough elk hide was used to test the strength of a boy's hunting power.
Author: Roderick Sprague
Publisher: Northwest Anthropology
Category: Social Science
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