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Canadian Wilds by Martin Hunter
Tells the story of the Hudson Bay Company, Northern Indians and their ways of hunting, trapping 277 pages.
Chapters Index 1. The Hudson's Bay Company 2. The Free Trader 3. Outfitting Indians 4. Trackers of the North 5. Provisions for the Wilderness 6. Forts and Posts 7. About Indians 8. Wholesome Foods 9. Officers' Allowance 10. Inland Packs 11. Indian Mode of Hunting Beaver 12. Indian Mode of Hunting Lynx and Mar-ten 13. Indian Mode of Hunting Foxes 14. Indian Mode of Hunting Otter and Musquash 15. Remarkable Success 16. Things to Avoid 17. Anticosti and Its Furs 18. Chiseling and Shooting Beaver 19. The "Indian Devil" 20. A Tame Seal 21. The Care of Blistered Feet 22. Deer Sickness 23. A Case of Nerve 24. Amphibious Combats 25. Art of Pulling Hearts 26. Dark Furs 27. Indians Are Poor Shots 28. A Bear in the Water 29. Voracious Pike 30. The Brass-Eyed Duck 31. Good Wages Trapping 32. A Pard Necessary 33. An Heroic Adventure 34. Wild Oxen 35. Long Lake Indians 36. Den Bears 37. The Mishaps of Ralson
Harding's Historical Books for Collectors, Trappers, Woodsmen and more
Harding Historical Books were originally published in the early 1900s. These are new reprints. Most books are roughly 5" X 7", paper bound. From a historical view of trapping and conservation to a practical view of everything from bee keeping and camping to skinning deer hides and raising mink, there is something here for every outdoorsman.
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