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Ziegler and Grosscup discuss late 19th-century bear hunting expeditions in the Alleghenies.
Sportsmen participating in organized bear hunts in North Carolina often encounter for the first time the ancient and accepted system of dividing the spoils.
A popular bear hunter’s camp on top of Seven Mile Ridge on the south Toe River is the focus of this article; bear hunting has been popular for years and the author recounts anecdotal history of the sport.
This is a story about a woman who accidentally gave her baby to a bear, thinking it was her husband.