Tales Of Bear And Deer

Author: Jessie Wolfbear
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 0759654204
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" Bill Meyer, Publisher. President, Hoch Publishing Co. Inc., Marion, Kansas "For those who love history, The Road From Spink tells the story of an important era. It is a must read".

Bear Tales And Deer Trails

Author: Mike McConnell
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1469718812
Size: 46.18 MB
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Bear Tales and Deer Trails is a collection of hunting stories that take you into the
heart of the Tongass National Forest. Come along with Mike and his hunting
partners as they stalk bears and deer for food as part of their subsistence lifestyle.
Each chapter begins a new adventure in the bays, muskegs and mountains of
Southeast Alaska. The stories are full of interesting characters, vivid descriptions
of the landscape and a look into a disappearing way of life. You will find
information ...

Bear With Me My Deer

Author: David M. Kocka
ISBN: 9781635752045
Size: 75.73 MB
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Set in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, these true stories enable the reader to enjoy each wildlife encounter and hopefully allow them to connect with the outdoors like never before.

Alaska Bear Tales

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: Larry Kaniut
ISBN: 9780882402321
Size: 11.18 MB
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There stood his first bear. Cloud had no alternative when the bear started toward
him but to shoot the animal." (The ALASKA SPORTSMAN®, March 1957)
Sometimes man lends a hand to old bruin. "John Wall, Ketchikan old-timer who
has spent many seasons as a stream watchman, practices a good-neighbor
policy though his summer neighbors are mostly bears and deer. On two
occasions last summer, Wall's helping hand probably saved a life. "Once when
he was crossing George ...

Taos Tales

Author: Elsie Clews Parsons
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048614822X
Size: 78.64 MB
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The little deer came to where their grandfather and grandmother lived. They
came out to meet them. “Our grandchildren have come!” they said. The deer went
up the ladders and down, and then they saw grey deer and white deer and
yellow deer, all kinds, sitting around. Then Bear woman came and climbed up,
and just as she was putting her feet in, the deer said, “Ilili !1 Bear woman's paw
shows.” She asked if the little deer were there. “Yes, they are here, come down
and get them!

Mission Tales The Bear Hunter Mission San Antonio

Author: Helen M. Roberts
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Because the light breeze was coming from the sea, the hunters must approach
the canyon from the opposite side so that no scent from them would reach the
deer. "Now it is time to put on the deer's head," whispered the Chief, as he helped
his son to adjust the clumsy, ill-smelling head. "Then we creep close to deer
without disturbing them. I move forward on hands and knees. You just stoop a
little. I aim at largest deer and you at next largest. Watch me. We shoot at same

Great Michigan Deer Tales Book 4

Author: Richard P. Smith
Publisher: Smith Pubns
ISBN: 9780971035515
Size: 64.62 MB
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He is one of only two people in Michigan who have qualified for a
Commemorative Bucks of Michigan (CBM) Grand Slam, which includes a deer,
bear, elk and turkey that are all entered in state records maintained by CBM. His
best whitetail is a Saskatchewan 10-pointer he got in 1999 that qualified for
honorable mention in Boone and Crockett Records with a net score of 163 7/8.
Prior to that, he bagged a nontypical 12-pointer with a 9-inch drop tine from the
same area that netted 165 ...

True Bear Tales

Author: David E. Young
ISBN: 9780962366444
Size: 64.10 MB
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True Stories from Michigan's Upper Peninsula David E. Young. 15th through the
30th. Just about the only people utilizing the park at that time of year are the deer
hunters themselves. The last two weeks in November, which coincides with the
Michigan firearm deer season, is just about the time of year that bear usually go
into their winter dens. This is also the time of year when snow usually starts
accumulating on the ground. In 1991 a rather unusual incident occurred during
the deer ...

Cooper S Leather Stocking Tales Comprising The Deerslayer The Pathfinder The Last Of The Mohicans The Pioneers The Prairie

Author: James Fenimore Cooper
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he repeated — for this was an English word much used by the savages — 1 '
good — young head ; young heart, too. Old heart tough ; no shed tear. Hear
Indian when he die, and no want to lie — what he call him?" ' • Deerslayer is the
name I bear now, though the Delawares have said that when I get back from this
war-path, I shall have a more manly title, provided I can 'am one." "That good
name for boy— poor name for warrior. He g»t better quick. No fear there" — the
savage had ...

Classic Fairy Tales

Author: The Brothers Grimm, Yei Theodora Ozaki, Lewis Carroll, Hans Christian Andersen, Alexander Afanasiev, J. Macgowan, Madame Gabrielle de Villeneuve, Joseph Jacobs, Andrew Lang, Charles Perrault, and many others
Publisher: Slavamax BVBA
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Quite unlike other boys, Kintaro, grew up all alone in the mountain wilds, and as
he had no companions he made friends with all the animals and learned to
understand them and to speak their strange talk. By degrees they all grew quite
tame and looked upon Kintaro as their master, and he used them as his servants
and messengers. But his special retainers were the bear, the deer, the monkey
and the hare. The bear often brought her cubs for Kintaro to romp THE