Hunting Adventures on the Minnesota Frontier: Sportmen's Tales From 1850-1900
by Tom Landwehr
No living person recalls Minnesota in 1850 when elk and bison roamed the prairies, when sharp-tailed grouse and prairie chickens were abundant across the land, and when hunters and adventurers traveled for days to experience the hunting Minnesota had to offer. Sit back, step back in time, and read how the place you hunt today looked like over 150 years ago. This book gives vivid descriptions of the places we know today as good hunting spots, but marvel at how abundant game species were, and what constituted a good day of hunting on the frontier. More than two dozen stories of hunting in the day accompanied by 30 photographs from the archives of the Minnesota Historical Society.
This book belongs in the library of every serious Minnesota hunter.
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