Was it a bear, a man, or a devil that killed the hunter’s companion?
TR goes after his first grizzly, by far the largest he would ever kill.
Angry and horrified at his friend’s fate, the man spent days looking for the cunning and savage monster.
Hunting pronghorn with the then-new .30-30 Winchester.
Hunting elephants in cover so thick they can only be located by the rumbling of their stomachs.
During his famed and troubled exploration of “The River of Doubt,” Roosevelt and his fellow travelers take time to pursue the deadly jungle cats.
An ideal bull in an idyllic locale.
TR gets meat and memories from a pre-Christmas deer hunt.
“Shooting well with the rifle is the highest kind of skill, for the rifle is the queen of weapons; and it is a difficult art to learn.”
“I recall now outwitting a big buck which I had seen and failed to get on two successive days.”