Outdoor Pastimes Of An American Hunter

Author: Theodore Roosevelt
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811730334
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Stories of hunting big game in the West and notes about animals pursued and observed.

The Works Of Theodore Roosevelt Outdoor Pastimes Of An American Hunter

Author: Theodore Roosevelt
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American Hunter

Author: Willie Robertson
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501111337
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Chronicles the history of some of the nation's most famed hunters, from Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett to Kit Carson and Teddy Roosevelt.

A Hunter S Experiences In The Southern States Of America

Author: Flack (Captain.)
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A Hunter S Experiences In The Southern States Of America

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Outdoor Pastimes Of An American Hunter

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ISBN: 9781440081378
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Federal Register

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Proceedings Of The Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium

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Proceedings Of The 2002 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium April 13 16 2002 The Sagamore On Lake George In Bolton Landing New York

Author: Rudy Schuster
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American Miller

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Wildlife And America

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An American Hunter

Author: Archibald Rutledge
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Secrets Of The Hunting Pros

Author: North American Hunting Club
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American Medical Times

Author: George Frederick Shrady
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Images Of The Hunter In American Life And Literature

Author: Lynda Wolfe Coupe
Editor: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
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The hunter figure appears in a variety of American literary texts and cultural contexts from colonial times to the present. Initially, he reflects rebellion against European aristocracy and then the growing independent spirit of the new nation. His power derives from his skill to survive and thrive in the vast American landscape. However, the hunter is a liminal figure who traverses opposing worlds of wilderness and civilization. He belongs partly in each world, making him at once privileged and marginal. As the nation grows the hunter figure suggests shifts in the locus of power. Specifically, over time he represents the power to create the new nation, to develop it, to expand its power across the continent and the globe, to transcend degenerate forces that threaten it, and ultimately the power for any American, male or female, to reinvent and define his or her identity.

American Mongoloids The Black Races

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The American Magazine

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