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After George Vanderbilt died, his executors sold 86,000 acres of his property to the federal government. Congress then established a federal game preserve on the lands, and Pisgah National Forest became the first national game preserve east of the Mississippi River. Henderson discusses what the game wardens there are doing to preserve the wildlife of that section.