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Panther Tract : Wild Boar Hunting in the Mississippi Delta.

By: Golding, Melody.
Contributor(s): Burdine, Hank | Folse, John.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2011Description: 1 online resource (265 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781604739275; 1604739274; 1283116553; 9781283116558.Subject(s): Wild boar hunting -- Mississippi -- Delta (Region) -- Anecdotes | Wild boar hunting -- Mississippi -- Delta (Region) -- Pictorial worksAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Panther Tract : Wild Boar Hunting in the Mississippi Delta.DDC classification: 799.2/7633209762 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; A Note to the Reader; Preface; Introduction; Panther Tract; My Friend, Howard Brent; Panther Tract Stew; A Family Affair; My First Hog Hunt; Hogs, Mules, and Horses; Hog Hunting in Silver Earrings; Oscar Meyer, Smith & Wesson, Lennon & McCartney; A Lifetime of Hunting; Wild Boar Hunting Along the Mississippi River; Two Hogs, One Bullet; Horns and Hogs; Hogs and Eyeballs; Shootout at the OK Corral with the Dragon Slayer; Hog Hunting in a Dry County; The Hogbusters; The Great Mississippi Boar Hunt; Hogs and Bears; Mississippi Huntin'; My First Wild Boar Hunt.
A Louisiana VisitorHorses and Hunting; Lionel -- A Child's Story; Hog Hunting; Caulk Island Hogs!; Three Hog Stories; A Wild Hog Hunt; The Hogs, Dogs, and Hunter Hit the Catfish Pond!; Tusks and Teeth; Tom's First Hunt; The Wild Boar Hunt; Home from the Hill; Twenty Years of Hogs; My Most Memorable Hog Hunt; Hog Trap; Deer Hunting for Hogs; Boss Boar; The Year's Last Hog Hunt; Wild Boar Recipes.
Summary: Hunting wild boar is a keenly held tradition in the Mississippi Delta. Fraught with danger, it challenges the hunter, observer, wildlife enthusiast, and landowner alike. Panther Tract is an insider's observance of extraordinary hunting, southern hospi.
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SK305.W5P36 2011 (Browse shelf) https://ezproxy.uttyler.edu/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt2tvdqk Available ocn729166780

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Cover; Contents; A Note to the Reader; Preface; Introduction; Panther Tract; My Friend, Howard Brent; Panther Tract Stew; A Family Affair; My First Hog Hunt; Hogs, Mules, and Horses; Hog Hunting in Silver Earrings; Oscar Meyer, Smith & Wesson, Lennon & McCartney; A Lifetime of Hunting; Wild Boar Hunting Along the Mississippi River; Two Hogs, One Bullet; Horns and Hogs; Hogs and Eyeballs; Shootout at the OK Corral with the Dragon Slayer; Hog Hunting in a Dry County; The Hogbusters; The Great Mississippi Boar Hunt; Hogs and Bears; Mississippi Huntin'; My First Wild Boar Hunt.

A Louisiana VisitorHorses and Hunting; Lionel -- A Child's Story; Hog Hunting; Caulk Island Hogs!; Three Hog Stories; A Wild Hog Hunt; The Hogs, Dogs, and Hunter Hit the Catfish Pond!; Tusks and Teeth; Tom's First Hunt; The Wild Boar Hunt; Home from the Hill; Twenty Years of Hogs; My Most Memorable Hog Hunt; Hog Trap; Deer Hunting for Hogs; Boss Boar; The Year's Last Hog Hunt; Wild Boar Recipes.

Hunting wild boar is a keenly held tradition in the Mississippi Delta. Fraught with danger, it challenges the hunter, observer, wildlife enthusiast, and landowner alike. Panther Tract is an insider's observance of extraordinary hunting, southern hospi.

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Melody Golding is a writer, photographer, and artist. The Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of American History Archives Center acquired her solo documentary exhibit Katrina: Mississippi Women Remember. Her photographs are on display in the Congressional Hearing Room at the Department of Homeland Security and have been featured in solo exhibitions at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., and at numerous colleges, universities, and museums. Learn more about her work at www.melodygolding.com.

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