A Hunter's Road: A Journey with Gun and Dog Across the American Uplands

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Henry Holt and Company, Apr 1, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 312 pages
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In an epic season of sport, Jim Fergus and his trusty Lab, Sweetzer, trek the mountains, plains, prairies, forests, marshes, deltas, and deserts of America.

 

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Having originally read this delightful book when it was first published in the early 90's, I recently reread it and enjoyed it just as much. The title is listed incorrectly here as the actual title is ... Read full review

A hunter's road: a journey with gun and dog across the American uplands

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In middle age, the author fulfilled a childhood dream by spending five months Fergus hunted and spoke with famous and infamous hunters, with biologists, authors such as George Bird Evans, and land ... Read full review

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Contents

The Hunter
1
1 My Life as a Dog Trainer
8
SEPTEMBER
17
OCTOBER
61
NOVEMBER
149
DECEMBER
197
JANUARY
223
Sweetzers Trip List
287
Bibliography and Suggested Reading
288
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Jim Fergus is the author of the essay collection The Sporting Road and the novels One Thousand White Women and Wild Girl. His articles and essays have appeared in a wide variety of national magazines and newspapers, including Newsweek, Newsday, The Paris Review, Esquire, Sports Afield, and Field & Stream. Fergus was born in Chicago and attended Colorado College. He lives in southern Arizona.

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