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Dennis Johnson
Hunting Trips of a Ranchman

From the introductory note to the addendum, Theodore Roosevelt’s colorful memoirs of hunting trips on the Northern Great Plains are arguably the first and foremost guide for sportsmen visiting the region. 

In this accessible book, Roosevelt’s detailed observations of the habits and characteristics of the region’s wildlife provide both a history lesson and relevant insights for modern hunters on the northern plains and Badlands. Although written in 1885, Roosevelt’s stories would match those told around any modern campfire, making this an ideal book for sportsmen to pack along while hunting in the Reserve area this fall.