Epiphany in the wilderness: hunting, nature, and performance in the nineteenth-century American West
Jones, Karen R., author
University Press of Colorado, publisher
Stories of grand adventure and hunting loomed large in the material and the imagined landscape of the nineteenth-century West. Jones explores social, political, economic, and environmental dynamics of hunting using performance as trail guide and production of a 'cultural ecology of the chase' in art and taxidermy.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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