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
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You will find information about guns, hunting techniques and lore about the animals themselves. The stories are true and drawn from the author’s personal experiences. This is the Tongass when wild was still part of wilderness!

Lapland And Its Rein Deer By The Author Of Tales Of Distant Lands

Author: Lapland
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Lapland. 40 ATTACKING THE BEAR. The slightest failure, either in exact aim at a
vital part, or in striking with sufficient force, is sure to be followed by vengeance
from the bear. His turn comes next ; and his gripe is generally fatal ; though it
sometimes happens, as it did in the case of another bear-hunt I told you of, (in
which, you will recollect, Amund hardly escaped with life,) that a brother
huntsman arives to the rescue. Even then the first aggressor seldom escapes
without fearful scars.

Tales Of Dorias

Author: Paul H Lesage
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1480936383
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A deer was grazing on a low bush about two hundred feet from the cave.
Wounded Bear could swear he could smell the deer's musk. He watched the deer
move quietly from the bush to a particularly lush section of sweet grass where it
took its time eating. Wounded Bear's stomach growled and a sharp pain stabbed
him in the gut. Wounded Bear doubled over and rolled into the fetal position. The
pain coursed from his gut to his arms and leg. Sweat poured from his hairline and
stung ...

Deer And Deer Hunting

Author: Robert Wegner
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811725859
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The young Bear, however, with part of a sock protruding through a hole in his
boots, did not shoot a deer that year. As Fred Bear will tell you with a straight face
, "I went hunting once and didn't get a thing." The Pennsylvania highlands not
only provide the sport of American deer hunting with nostalgic myths, legends
and famous tales of crafty old deerslayers, but set the historic background for one
such deerslayer who remains a legend in his own time. As a youngster at the
deer camp ...

Myths And Tales Of The Jicarilla Apache Indians

Author: Edward Morris Opler
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048614576X
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When we take care of the deer we will change their clothes so they will get their
bluish clothes. And the leaves will all get yellow ... The whips of Autumn Hactcin
are of slender yucca, Wide-leafed yucca, small spruce, and large spruce. All four
of them have flint at the tip. And the home of the wife1 of Autumn Hactcin is Pollen
Mountain. Now it was the turn of the deer. Talking Hactcin spoke to ... Talking
Hactcin took Bear's clothes off and gave him other clothes. Now the. 1 The
Hactcin all ...

Taos Tales

Author: Elsie Clews Parsons
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048614822X
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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!

Alaska Bear Tales

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: Larry Kaniut
ISBN: 9780882402321
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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 ...

Indian Tales Of North America

Author: Tristam P. Coffin
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 1477305815
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THE DEER AND THE RAINBOW (Wyandot) The animals were greatly distressed
and much offended by the works of the TwinMadeofFire. They sawhow fortunate
Little Turtle was.Shespent most of her time keeping the sky. She always came to
attend the Great Council, in the Black Cloud, where the springs, ponds, streams,
and lakes were. One day Deer said to Rainbow, “Carry me up to the sky. I must
see Little Turtle.” Rainbow did not want to do this for Deer at that time, but wanted
to ...

Great Michigan Deer Tales Book 4

Author: Richard P. Smith
Publisher: Smith Pubns
ISBN: 9780971035515
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Stories Behind Michigan's Biggest Bucks Richard P. Smith. then. "There's a lot of
bear up there, too. They like the beech nuts as much as the deer. When it was
legal to shoot bear during deer season, we shot at them, but I guess we had buck
fever because most of those shots missed. Tom shot the only bear and it wasn't
very big." It was in 1958 when Tom shot the bear. That information is listed on a
sheet of paper that summarizes hunting success out of the camp from 1951
through ...