Fb2 In Africa ePub
by John T. McCutcheon
|Author:||John T. McCutcheon|
|Publisher:||BiblioLife (April 30, 2009)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1555 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1119 kb|
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Hunting - Africa, East, Africa, East - Description and travel.
Hunting - Africa, East, Africa, East - Description and travel. Indianapolis : The Bobbs-Merrill company.
by. John T. McCutcheon. MILLION BOOKS ORIGINAL TIFF ZIP download.
Cartoonist of the Chicago Tribune. This collection of African stories has no pretentious purpose
Cartoonist of the Chicago Tribune. Illustrated with Photographs and Cartoons by the Author. This collection of African stories has no pretentious purpose. It is merely the record of a most delightful hunting trip into those fascinating regions along the Equator, where one may still have "thrilling adventures" and live in a story book atmosphere, where the "roar of the lion" and the "crack of the rifle" are part of the every day life, and where in a few months one may store up enough material. to keep the memory pleasantly occupied all the rest of a lifetime.
then perhaps fervently wish that we had the paradox or a balloon. After getting our arsenal, we then had to get the cartridges, all done up in tin boxes of a weight not exceeding sixty pounds, that being the limit of weight which the African porter is expected to carry. There were several thousand rounds of ammunition, but this did not mean that several thousand lions were to be killed. The tale begins in London and covers McCutcheon’s pretravel outfitting as well as the journey by sea to the starting-point of the safari in Nairobi.
John T. McCutcheon was a professional cartoonist for the Chicago Tribune. His sketches and humor are intermingled with true tales of a wonderfully adventurous, African Safari. The author makes this Safari into a great hunting experience!
by John T. Ever since I can remember, almost, I have cherished a modest ambition to hunt lions and elephants.
by John T. At an early age, or, to be more exact, at about that age which finds most boys wondering whether they would rather be Indian fighters or sailors, I ran across a copy of Stanley's Through the Dark Continent. It was full of fascinating adventures. McCutcheon was a cartoonist for the Chicago Tribune McCutcheon was invited to participate in the Akeley’s latest hunt and the rest in histor. e went on a four and a half. McCutcheon was a cartoonist for the Chicago Tribune. McCutcheon had the typical boyhood dream to hunt Africa and one he went to a talk by the famous African Hunter, collector and Author, Carl Akeley. Carl Akeley practiced taxidermy as few before or after have been able to accomplish. McCutcheon was invited to participate in the Akeley’s latest hunt and the rest in histor. e went on a four and a half Month hunting trip to Africa and wrote of the interesting times he had. The cartoons supplementing the pictures are also interesting
John Tinney McCutcheon (May 6, 1870 – June 10, 1949) was an American newspaper political cartoonist who was known as the "Dean of American Cartoonists".
John Tinney McCutcheon (May 6, 1870 – June 10, 1949) was an American newspaper political cartoonist who was known as the "Dean of American Cartoonists". No Thumbnail Remove Please choose a reason Please enter the place in the book.
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