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A Hunter's Experiences in the Southern States of America
     

A Hunter's Experiences in the Southern States of America

by Captain Flack
 

Captain Flack, known for his columns in The Field, published this record of the his experiences of hunting, shooting and fishing in the Southern states of America in 1866. Starting with an introduction about the wilderness of the American forests and life in the western prairies, the book goes on to record the natural history of mammals and game-birds in the South.

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Captain Flack, known for his columns in The Field, published this record of the his experiences of hunting, shooting and fishing in the Southern states of America in 1866. Starting with an introduction about the wilderness of the American forests and life in the western prairies, the book goes on to record the natural history of mammals and game-birds in the South. It provides graphic descriptions of the author's encounters with wildlife including antelopes, bison, bears, wild turkeys, fish, alligators and snakes, as well as bee hunting. Flack describes the South as the paradise of the true sportsman. In an appendix, the author provides a guide to the locations where each kind of game may be found, together with information about routes and costs. This detailed and entertaining account provides fascinating insights into Victorian social history and valuable data on the ecology of the Southern states at that time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781108002523
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
07/20/2009
Series:
Cambridge Library Collection - North American History Series
Pages:
372
Product dimensions:
5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.83(d)

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