The hunting grounds of the great West : a description of the plains, game, and Indians of the great North American desert by Richard Dodge

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Excerpt from The Hunting Grounds of the Great West: A Description of the Plains, Game, and Indians of the Great North American Desert

Human nature is so liable to error, and to view facts through the medium of its own idiosyncrasies, that it is only by comparison Of the Opinions of different men that the world arrives at the truth of any subject.

There is scarcely a man who has reached the middle age Of an active life whose experiences and the Opinions formed upon them would not, if written out, be interest ing and valuable to some portion of mankind.

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