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Fur trapping in North America began at the turn of the sixteenth century
when rugged mountain men pushed ever westward in search of
beaver. These entrepreneurs possessed an unmatched sense of
adventure, a relentless drive to succeed, and an uncanny ability to survive.
The intimacy between man and nature discovered by these early explorers
has been continued through hardy souls still lucky enough to know the thrill
and excitement of a modern-day trapline.
The proud heritage of America’s fur-trappers lives on through trappers
associations, trapper education programs, and the trappers who continue to
live it. Follow the journey of a young boy in 20th century rural America who
learned about wild lands and wildlife through fi rsthand experience. The people
he meets along the way inspire him to write about trappers and trapping and
the importance of preserving man’s primitive crafts for the continuation of
America’s rich wildlife legacy.
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ISBN: 9781483620817
List price: $3.99
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