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Hunting

Manners and Customs, Recreation, Wildlife-Related Recreation, Hunting, Persons, Seasons, Winter Wolf and Joe - one of the last wolves in Iron County, also wounded mate. [Image of dead wolf hanging from a tripod like structure. The hunter stands next to him.]

Scanned: October 16, 2006


Hunting

Manners and Customs, Recreation, Wildlife-Related Recreation, Hunting, Persons, Seasons, Winter Forty-Two hunters gathered to track down the marauding coyotes that have been killing deer along the Graverod-Elm-Misery Rivers area. Gathered here are about 25 of them from which two Walker fox hounds and a Russian wolfhound set out on various tracks to stir up the wily predator. Not one fresh deer track was seen, but coyote trails were as numerous as pebbles on a beach. At night the packs of coyotes can be heard for miles and they range as far east as the Toivola Road in Beacon Hill to the Ontonagon County line in the west. Hunters gathered here came from as far as Skanee and L'Anse. [Image of the hunters and their dogs. Please see comment section for list of individuals pictured.]

Scanned: August 22, 2007


Hunting Party

Persons, Manners and Customs, Recreation, Wildlife-Related Recreation, Hunting, Seasons, Winter Early 1900s. A deer hunting group. Dr. Moore is on the far left.

Scanned: October 30, 2013