Buffalo Days- Stories from J. Wright Mooar

J. Wright Mooar tells the story of the buffalo hunter from the hunter's perspective, in this first-person account published more than seventy years ago in several installments in "Holland's - The Magazine of the South." Mooar was more than eighty years old when he sat down with Methodist minister/educator James Winford Hunt and recounted his years as a buffalo hunter. Mooar describes how buffalo hunting became a huge business that thrived for less than a decade in the 1870s and makes the case that the buffalo hunter, more than anyone else, opened the way for white settlement by eradicating the Indians' source of food. 126 pages - hardback with dustjacket
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