buffalo-hunter love

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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.

    The Rough Riders

  • 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.

    The Authentic Life of Billy The Kid

  • 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.

    Beadle's Boy's Library of Sport, Story and Adventure, Vol. I, No. 1. Adventures of Buffalo Bill from Boyhood to Manhood

  • Owen Wister's stories and Frederic Remington's drawings, the West of the Indian and the buffalo-hunter, the soldier and the cowpuncher.

    Roosevelt in the Bad Lands

  • 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.

    IV. In Cowboy Land

  • Over this country the buffalo-hunter had come and gone; the cattleman was coming and intended to stay.

    Oh, You Tex!

  • [Footnote 5: To "take the hides off'n 'em" was the expressive phraseology in which the buffalo-hunter described his business.]

    Oh, You Tex!

  • Yet dominated by a force too powerful for them to resist, they followed the buffalo-hunter.

    The Last of the Plainsmen

  • The crafty old buffalo-hunter had hemmed the mustangs in a circle and had left himself free in the center.

    The Last of the Plainsmen

  • From being a pirate, a fighter, and a buffalo-hunter, he becomes -- think of it!

    The Bed-Book of Happiness

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