New PDF release: American Hunter: How Legendary Hunters Shaped America
By William Doyle, Willie Robertson
New York instances bestselling writer and superstar of A&E’s Duck Dynasty, Willie Robertson, groups up with William Doyle, the bestselling co-author of American Gun, to proportion the background of America’s finest hunters.
American Hunter is the 1st publication ever to collect a chronological historical past of America’s maximum hunters. in response to the strong personalities of colourful women and men, this e-book starts with the Plains Indians and strikes via mythical hunters like Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett, equipment Carson, Buffalo invoice, Teddy Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway, Lyndon Johnson, and extra. additionally integrated are the histories of yank fox, rabbit, deer, squirrel, duck, goose, and big-game searching, in addition to motion biographies of vintage searching weapons.
Author Willie Robertson, famed hunter of Duck Dynasty and Duck Commander, lends his voice to percentage this bodacious selection of real tales that you’ll are looking to inform round the campfire after an extended day’s hunt.
As Teddy Roosevelt positioned it, “The virility, clear-sighted logic and resourcefulness of the yankee humans is because of the truth that now we have been a country of hunters and frequenters of the woodland, plains, and waters.” It’s approximately time we honor American hunters with a e-book that tells their remarkable tales of ability, braveness, survival, and downright bodaciousness.
American Hunter is the right ebook for everybody who enjoys impressive stories of yankee heritage and should you love searching, game capturing, and broad open areas.
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36 Ernest P. Clarke (right) came to Ontario in 1885 from Alna, Maine, and founded the Ontario Record newspaper. The first newspaper published in Ontario, it was originally operated out of the Bank Block (above). J. Holsinger in 1888 at the request of Charles Frankish and later sold to Robert Blackburn, the developer of Blackburn’s Addition. The Ontario Record was very critical of Charles Frankish, and one might have thought that Frankish expected the competition would put the Record out of business.
49 In November 1893, the largest trainload of fruit from the Ontario-Upland area to date was shipped on the Santa Fe Railroad. Here, 17 cars loaded with fruit, weighing over 400,000 pounds and destined for Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was packed by Sutliff and Groom of Iowa, pictured in the foreground, who leased the Ontario Cannery in 1893 for the specific purpose of shipping the fruit east. This aerial view looking north on Mountain Avenue in Ontario, dated to around 1920, illustrates how extensive citrus ranching had become during Ontario’s first 40 years, with nearly every inch of land covered with citrus trees.
32 The Ontario City Library was founded on November 15, 1885, by community members. The next month, a social benefit was held that resulted in the collection of 200 books, $40, and a large bookcase. The group formed a library association, and William Chaffey served as its first president. The Chaffey brothers provided space for a reading room, and Alfred Piddington, pictured here, served as the first librarian. Because the Chaffeys left Ontario for Australia in early 1886, the library lost its reading room.
American Hunter: How Legendary Hunters Shaped America by William Doyle, Willie Robertson