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The Resource Rustlings in the Rockies : hunting and fishing by mountain and stream, by G. O. Shields (Coquina.)

Rustlings in the Rockies : hunting and fishing by mountain and stream, by G. O. Shields (Coquina.)

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Rustlings in the Rockies : hunting and fishing by mountain and stream
Title
Rustlings in the Rockies
Title remainder
hunting and fishing by mountain and stream
Statement of responsibility
by G. O. Shields (Coquina.)
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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1846-1925
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Shields, G. O.
Dewey number
917
Index
no index present
LC call number
F 721
LC item number
.S55 1883
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Huffman, L. A.
  • Conley, J. N
  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Rocky Mountains
  • Montana
  • Bighorn Mountains (Wyo. and Mont.)
  • Florida
  • Wisconsin
  • Michigan
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Rustlings in the Rockies : hunting and fishing by mountain and stream, by G. O. Shields (Coquina.)
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Rustlings in the Rockies: Clark's Fork; Mr. Allen ; Rogers didn't want to be killed by a buffalo; Hiram Stewart's narrow escape -- The party organized: Mike mashed; Sawyer and his pony play circus -- On the way to Wyoming: Huffman in camp; A day on Bennett Creek; Huffman curses his Kennedy peaslinger -- Meditations in a wiciup [wickiup]: Elk-heart and hard tack for breakfast; The Monarch of the Rockies dies as a king should die -- A perilous experience: Three bears anxious for gore -- In the Big Horn Mountains: The Red River Valley; From Bismarck to Glendive; The bad lands on the Little Missouri--"hell with the fire out"; Four hundred and seventy three bridges in two hundred twenty-one miles; A drive up the Yellowstone; Butchers and buffaloes; Off to the Big Horn -- In the Yellowstone Valley: Menu for an epicure; Rosebud River; An old battle ground; Lame Deer Creek; Custer's last camping ground; Scaring a coyote; Dog-in-the-manger meanness of Crow Indians -- At the forks of the Rosebud: Interviewed by a Crow scout; First sight of the Big Horn Mountains; Three deer killed with four shots, "deuced clevah!"; Fanning the coyotes -- The happy hunting ground: Huffman kills a grizzly; Hunting through the snow; Effectiveness of the explosive bullet -- Through the Canyon of the Little Big Horn: An adventure with Nig; The photographic outfit in peril; Huffman frantic; Nig lands the cargo safely; Fine sport with a mountain buffalo; The ideal hunter's camp -- A grand day's sport: All a man wants is "sand"; Old plantigrade and her cubs; Loaded for bear; The whole family killed; Home to camp -- A busy day: Scoring a miss ; Huffman photographs a scene ; Shakspeare [Shakespeare] in the mountains; A grizzly "rustling for chuck"; A severe attack of punning -- From Custer to Keough [Keogh]: In the Big Horn Range; The Black Canyon; Jack loaded for bear: Bear loaded for Jack; Huffman's trail; Custer's grave; Up the Big Porcupine -- Ten days in Montana: Montana a veritable wonderland; Sport from the baggage car; Alkali beds near Crystal Springs; "Why did your aunt elope?"; Resolved to kill a buffalo or get scalped; Judge Souther; In the Custer valley; "Young Man's Butte"; Custer's Lookout! -- Life on the plains: Courtesies of railroad and military officers; The cuisine of the Palmer House eclipsed; Sport that is sport; A sight for Landseer; Lieutenant McCoy; Spike-tailed Republicans; A yarn of Indian scouts -- After the buffaloes: Camp at Beaver Creek; Dr. Black "all broke up"; Takes his supper standing; A breakfast fit for the gods; Buffaloes at last--"Let them have it" ; The buffaloes take a good deal of killing ; Sharp's rifles -- Two hundred thousand buffaloes: Small herds of buffaloes ; The great herd ; My first buffalo lies dead at my feet ; Corporal Brown counsels caution ; My buffalo weighs fourteen hundred pounds -- Through an extinct hell!: A grand leap for life ; Back through the bad lands ; Defeated ; More sport ; Close quarters ; The bison yields ; The hunt is up -- The Gulf Coast of Florida: Jacksonville ; Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's winter home ; Lake George ; Manhattan ; William Astor's orange grove ; Dr. Spalding's trout ; St. Augustine, the oldest city in the United States -- The Gulf of Mexico -- Snead's Island -- On board the "Sky-lark" -- Deer-stalking and fire-fishing -- Four days on the Myakka River -- Words of advice to tourists to Florida -- Recollections of boyhood -- The days of long ago -- Trouting on the Namecagon -- Pike and bass fishing on Long Lake -- The Lake Superior region -- Autumn ramblings in northern Michigan: Among the wolverines ; A pack of wolves ; Hiding-places of the bear -- The Island of Mackinac: The Straits of Mackinac ; The perfect transparency of the water ; Purity of the atmosphere ; Antidote for hay fever ; Fort Mackinac ; The Astor house ; The home of the mighty muscalonge -- A narrow escape: Hand-to-hand fight with a grizzly ; A swarm of mosquitoes ; A terrific slaughter
Control code
1555089
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
xv, 9-306 pages
Lccn
lum88010380
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1555089
  • (WaOLN)1053671
Label
Rustlings in the Rockies : hunting and fishing by mountain and stream, by G. O. Shields (Coquina.)
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Rustlings in the Rockies: Clark's Fork; Mr. Allen ; Rogers didn't want to be killed by a buffalo; Hiram Stewart's narrow escape -- The party organized: Mike mashed; Sawyer and his pony play circus -- On the way to Wyoming: Huffman in camp; A day on Bennett Creek; Huffman curses his Kennedy peaslinger -- Meditations in a wiciup [wickiup]: Elk-heart and hard tack for breakfast; The Monarch of the Rockies dies as a king should die -- A perilous experience: Three bears anxious for gore -- In the Big Horn Mountains: The Red River Valley; From Bismarck to Glendive; The bad lands on the Little Missouri--"hell with the fire out"; Four hundred and seventy three bridges in two hundred twenty-one miles; A drive up the Yellowstone; Butchers and buffaloes; Off to the Big Horn -- In the Yellowstone Valley: Menu for an epicure; Rosebud River; An old battle ground; Lame Deer Creek; Custer's last camping ground; Scaring a coyote; Dog-in-the-manger meanness of Crow Indians -- At the forks of the Rosebud: Interviewed by a Crow scout; First sight of the Big Horn Mountains; Three deer killed with four shots, "deuced clevah!"; Fanning the coyotes -- The happy hunting ground: Huffman kills a grizzly; Hunting through the snow; Effectiveness of the explosive bullet -- Through the Canyon of the Little Big Horn: An adventure with Nig; The photographic outfit in peril; Huffman frantic; Nig lands the cargo safely; Fine sport with a mountain buffalo; The ideal hunter's camp -- A grand day's sport: All a man wants is "sand"; Old plantigrade and her cubs; Loaded for bear; The whole family killed; Home to camp -- A busy day: Scoring a miss ; Huffman photographs a scene ; Shakspeare [Shakespeare] in the mountains; A grizzly "rustling for chuck"; A severe attack of punning -- From Custer to Keough [Keogh]: In the Big Horn Range; The Black Canyon; Jack loaded for bear: Bear loaded for Jack; Huffman's trail; Custer's grave; Up the Big Porcupine -- Ten days in Montana: Montana a veritable wonderland; Sport from the baggage car; Alkali beds near Crystal Springs; "Why did your aunt elope?"; Resolved to kill a buffalo or get scalped; Judge Souther; In the Custer valley; "Young Man's Butte"; Custer's Lookout! -- Life on the plains: Courtesies of railroad and military officers; The cuisine of the Palmer House eclipsed; Sport that is sport; A sight for Landseer; Lieutenant McCoy; Spike-tailed Republicans; A yarn of Indian scouts -- After the buffaloes: Camp at Beaver Creek; Dr. Black "all broke up"; Takes his supper standing; A breakfast fit for the gods; Buffaloes at last--"Let them have it" ; The buffaloes take a good deal of killing ; Sharp's rifles -- Two hundred thousand buffaloes: Small herds of buffaloes ; The great herd ; My first buffalo lies dead at my feet ; Corporal Brown counsels caution ; My buffalo weighs fourteen hundred pounds -- Through an extinct hell!: A grand leap for life ; Back through the bad lands ; Defeated ; More sport ; Close quarters ; The bison yields ; The hunt is up -- The Gulf Coast of Florida: Jacksonville ; Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's winter home ; Lake George ; Manhattan ; William Astor's orange grove ; Dr. Spalding's trout ; St. Augustine, the oldest city in the United States -- The Gulf of Mexico -- Snead's Island -- On board the "Sky-lark" -- Deer-stalking and fire-fishing -- Four days on the Myakka River -- Words of advice to tourists to Florida -- Recollections of boyhood -- The days of long ago -- Trouting on the Namecagon -- Pike and bass fishing on Long Lake -- The Lake Superior region -- Autumn ramblings in northern Michigan: Among the wolverines ; A pack of wolves ; Hiding-places of the bear -- The Island of Mackinac: The Straits of Mackinac ; The perfect transparency of the water ; Purity of the atmosphere ; Antidote for hay fever ; Fort Mackinac ; The Astor house ; The home of the mighty muscalonge -- A narrow escape: Hand-to-hand fight with a grizzly ; A swarm of mosquitoes ; A terrific slaughter
Control code
1555089
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
xv, 9-306 pages
Lccn
lum88010380
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1555089
  • (WaOLN)1053671

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