THE STORY OF AMERICAN FOXHUNTING (Vol. II) by J. lan Van rk

THE STORY OF AMERICAN FOXHUNTING (Vol. II)

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Pay no attention to the publishers' suggestion that this may be a bad time to sell this to lose volume. No one who has Volume I will stop until he has his quarry, the complete set of four volumes. It is also the cheapest vacation and bracer available, all the hunting fun, fact and fiction from 1865 to the 20th century. And supported by foxhunters and clubs the country over, it will surely be bought up. The story starts in 1865 with post Civil War Coverts such as Millwood, Chevy Chase, Westchaster, Hackenback, Meadowbrook, Ge Valley, Rockaway, Essex, etc. It is familiar country but the story is fresh, full of exciting incidents that are new to all. Exquisitely bound and illustrated, this is a must item for all sportsmen's libraries.

Publisher: Derrydale