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Author Untiedt, Kenneth L.

Title Hide, Horn, Fish and Fowl [electronic resource] : Texas Hunting and Fishing Lore.

Imprint Denton : University of North Texas Press, 2011.

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Description 1 online resource (380 pages).
Series Publication of the Texas Folklore Society
Publications of the Texas Folklore Society.
Summary No matter how sophisticated or technologically advanced we become, there is still something within that beckons us to "the hunt." This desire creates the customs, beliefs, and rituals related to hunting--for deer, hogs, as well as fish and snakes, etc. These rituals and customs lead to some of our most treasured folklore.
Contents The hunting drive and its place in our lore -- Gone 'a hunting / Len Ainsworth. -- Making a drive in Botswana / Francis Edward Abernethy -- The decline of the poacher as folk hero in Texas / Riley Froh -- Nocturnal woodpecker / W. Frank Mayhew -- Fishing Texas: a passion passed on by my dad / Jim Harris -- The Angelina Cat and Coon Hunting Association: a sort of memoir / John C. Wolf -- Dentistry, dehorning, and more: South Texas women's hunting stories / Mary Margaret Dougherty Campbell -- The lore of hunting: deer, hogs, coons, and even foxes -- Deer leaves / Bob Dunn -- Don't that beat all / Francis Edward Abernethy -- Hinkel Shillings and the Red Ranger / Thad Sitton -- The lore of wild hog hunting in West Texas / Kenneth W. Davis -- Hunting javelina hogs in South Texas / James B. Kelly -- Jess's first coon hunt / Lee Haile -- Fishing lore in Texas -- Skills of the rivermen: ways and means of market fishermen / Wildwood Dean Price -- Fisherman's luck / Wildwood Dean Price -- The big fish that didn't get away / Nina Marshall Garrett -- Our family fishing trips / R. McCormack -- Fishing from Indianola to Boca Chica and waters in between / Jean Granberry Schnitz -- The jetty / Randy Cameron -- You hunt what?! unusual prey and other things we chase -- Jackrabbit drives (and other types of rabbit hunting) in the Pleasant Valley community, Fisher County, Texas / Ruth Cleveland Riddels -- Rattlesnake at the ants in the pants / Clyde (Chip) Morgan -- The pointer / Ruth Riddels -- Man hounds and dog sergeants / Thad Sitton -- This is for the birds / Charlie Oden -- Hunting the elusive lost mines and buried treasures of Texas / W.C. Jameson -- The one that got away (or should have): anecdotes and funny stories -- Sierra treed / Lee Haile -- Porch hunting / Sue Friday -- Deliverance II: the tale of a strange encounter in the Big Thicket / Robert J. (Jack) Duncan -- A Thanksgiving catfish / Jerry Young -- Pranks in hunting camp; or, the physiological and psychological benefits of ancient rites practiced in bucolic and fraternal settings / Robert Flynn -- Fishing for whoppers / Henry Wolff, Jr. -- Roping a deer / Anonymous -- Texas menu 1835: venison and honey, prairie chicken, or baked fish / Jerry Bryan Lincecum -- Fisherman's paradise: 'his cap never got wet' / Blaine T. Williams -- Fishing / Vicky J. Rose -- Caney Creek night hunting: a saga of dire situations and scared prayers / Wildwood Dean Price.
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Subject Hunting -- Texas -- Folklore.
Fishing -- Texas -- Folklore.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books -- Folklore.
Folklore.
Electronic books -- Folklore.
Other Form: Print version: Untiedt, Kenneth L. Hide, Horn, Fish and Fowl : Texas Hunting and Fishing Lore. Denton : University of North Texas Press, ©2011 9781574413205
ISBN 9781574414462 (electronic bk.)
1574414461 (electronic bk.)
9781574413205
1574413201
Standard No. 9786613395030