The buffalo hunters

Title The buffalo hunters
Names Robinson, Charles M.
Length 5 hours, 15 minutes
Book Number DBC17983
Title Status Download Only
Narrator Schmidt, Patrick.
Language ng
Annotation The near extinction of the North American buffalo, which in 1850 covered the mid-western plains by countless millions but which had been hunted to near oblivion within thirty-five years, is one of the most exciting yet tragic stories of American history. From the 18th century French fur traders, through the American industrial revolution with its demand for leather, and ending with the final sad hunts of the mid-1880s, Robinson describes all aspects of the hunt and the hunters, including the Indians for whom the destruction of their subsistence resulted in their own destruction. Here are the hunters such as Custer, Cody and the Mooars, and the rough and tumble towns that hides built: Adobe Walls, Buffalo Gap, Dodge City, and Fort Griffin.
Medium Digital Books
Audience Notes Male narrator. NLS/BPH
Local Subject Downloadable books
Nonfiction
Talking books
United States - History - 973
Western - NonFiction - WESN
Economics - Production & manufacturing - 338
Economics - 330
LC Subject American bison hunting - History
Indians of North America - Hunting - Great Plains
Frontier and pioneer life - West (U.S.)
Call Number 338.37297358 ANF
Released 2020
Publication Info Austin : Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Talking Book Program, 2020.
Original Publication Recorded from: 1st ed. Austin, Tex. : State House Press, 1995. 1880510197 9781880510193
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