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The Buffalo Hunters: The Story of the Hide Men

The Buffalo Hunters The Story of the Hide Men In the total number of buffaloes in the trans Missouri region was conservatively estimated at fifteen million By the end of the s that figure had dwindled to a few hundred The destruction of

  • Title: The Buffalo Hunters: The Story of the Hide Men
  • Author: Mari Sandoz
  • ISBN: 9780803258839
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1867 the total number of buffaloes in the trans Missouri region was conservatively estimated at fifteen million By the end of the 1880s that figure had dwindled to a few hundred The destruction of the great herds is the theme of this book Mari Sandoz s canvas is vast, but it is charged with color and excitement accounts of Indian ambushes, hairbreadth escapes, gambliIn 1867 the total number of buffaloes in the trans Missouri region was conservatively estimated at fifteen million By the end of the 1880s that figure had dwindled to a few hundred The destruction of the great herds is the theme of this book Mari Sandoz s canvas is vast, but it is charged with color and excitement accounts of Indian ambushes, hairbreadth escapes, gambling and gunfights, military expeditions, famous frontier characters Wild Bill Hickok, Lonesome Charlie Reynolds, Buffalo Bill, Sheridan, Custer, and Indian Chiefs Whistler, Yellow Wolf, Spotted Tail, and Sitting Bull.

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    1 thought on “The Buffalo Hunters: The Story of the Hide Men

    1. Mari Sandoz' history of buffalo hunting focuses on a short span of years: 1867 to 1888. This reinforces the incredible decimation of the North American herds of bison, but it also contributes to the elegiac tone here. The book, which of necessity describes how the Plains Indians were defeated as much by the decimation of the buffalo as by military action, ends appropriately with the Wounded Knee Massacre.

    2. I've only just read the foreword so far, but I can tell it's from a liberal viewpoint. Still should be helpful in researching for my story, though.

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