Theodore Roosevelt on Hunting

Theodore Roosevelt on Hunting
£15.95

AVAILABLE JULY



Considered a visionary conservationist and avid huntsman, this book stands as a compilation of the finest excerpts from Theodore Roosevelt's writings on hunting.


"If you haven't yet dug into TR's superb hunting titles, this is an excellent place to start. It will send you into a rich mine of reading that will take you many winters to exhaust." Gray's Sporting Journal 

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There have been few hunters as daring, as powerful, and as articulate as the twenty-sixth US president, Theodore Roosevelt. From his ranching years in the Dakota Territory to the famous African adventures, Roosevelt’s tales are unparalleled stories of the hunt. The best of them are collected here. 

Of Roosevelt’s many volumes of hunting and exploration, two reader favourites have always been Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail and African Game Trails, both excerpted here. During his ranching years, Roosevelt ranged far and wide, and his African trips were also famously bold. In all his expeditions, Roosevelt reveals in detail hunts that were incredibly journeys of both pursuit and discovery, for wherever he went in the outdoors he assumed the dual roles of hunter and naturalist.

The hunts range from upland birds and waterfowl to prized big game animals like elk, bear, and sheep amid lofty peaks. There are goat pursuits among iceglazed mountain spires, and close encounters with grizzlies in the black timber. He survives lion charges and buffalo attacks, and stumbles on elephants.

THE AUTHOR

Lamar Underwood is the former editor-in-chief of Sports Afield and Outdoor Life and former editorial director of the Outdoor Magazine Group of Harris Publications in New York. The numerous books he has edited include Tales of the Mountain Men, The Greatest Hunting Stories Ever Told, Survival Stories, and War Stories and the novel On Dangerous Ground.

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Sub Heading Revised and Expanded
ISBN 9781493040025
Author Revised and expanded by Lamar Underwood
Binding Paperback
Extent 496 pages, 229 x 178mm
Illustrations No
Ebook No
Reviews

"In the old days, in the wild west, men went out and shot anything they wanted.... In the time before hunting tags, licenses and conservation, senseless slaughter was at home on the range. It took the dedication of conservation-minded hunters like Theodore Roosevelt to start clubs and enact conservation legislation aimed at saving animals for future generations." BC Outdoors Hunting & Shooting

"If you haven't yet dug into TR's superb hunting titles, this is an excellent place to start. It will send you into a rich mine of reading that will take you many winters to exhaust." Gray's Sporting Journal

"Besides being one of our greatest presidents, Roosevelt stands alone as a conservationist, a visionary when it came to the protection and preservation of America's natural resources, and an author."  Library Journal

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