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“There was tall Proffit, the sharp-shooter, from North Carolinasinewy, saturnine, fearless; Smith, the bear-hunter from Wyoming, and McCann, the Arizona book-keeper, who had begun life as a buffalo-hunter.”
“There was at Fort Sumner at this time, a buffalo-hunter who had just returned from the plains named John Long, or John Mont, or John Longmont.”
“Pacific, Buffalo Bill was challenged by Billy Comstock, another famous buffalo-hunter, and a scout and Indian interpreter, to a match at killing the shaggy wild animals.”
“Owen Wister's stories and Frederic Remington's drawings, the West of the Indian and the buffalo-hunter, the soldier and the cowpuncher.”
“It was still the Wild West in those days, the Far West, the West of Owen Wister's stories and Frederic Remington's drawings, the West of the Indian and the buffalo-hunter, the soldier and the cow-puncher.”
“Over this country the buffalo-hunter had come and gone; the cattleman was coming and intended to stay.”
“[Footnote 5: To "take the hides off'n 'em" was the expressive phraseology in which the buffalo-hunter described his business.]”
“Yet dominated by a force too powerful for them to resist, they followed the buffalo-hunter.”
“The crafty old buffalo-hunter had hemmed the mustangs in a circle and had left himself free in the center.”
“From being a pirate, a fighter, and a buffalo-hunter, he becomes -- think of it!”
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