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" ... down and approached him, carefully. Then we dressed him, or as much of him as we could carry in two bags that we had strapped behind our saddles, and rejoined the train after our people had gone into camp for the night. "
Crossing the Plains, Days of '57: A Narrative of Early Emigrant Travel to ... - Page 22
by William Audley Maxwell - 1915 - 179 pages
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The Overland Monthly

Bret Harte - Indians of North America - 1915
...strapped behind our saddles, and rejoined the train after our people had gone into camp for the night. We had our first buffalo steak for supper that night....of the other men, who had never killed a buffalo. As I went about the camp that evening, my feelings were akin to those of the small boy elevated on...
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Women and Men on the Overland Trail

John Mack Faragher - History - 2001 - 285 pages
...Hoosier State."55 Another pair of successful hunters not only relished the savory wild game but also "the satisfaction of observing signs of jealousy on the part of the other men who had never killed a buffalo."5* James Reed elaborated on his and his comrades competitive urges: We have had two Buffalo...
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