MeatEater’s American History: The Long Hunters (1761-1775)

Audiobook Details

Author:

Steven Rinella, Clay Newcomb

Narrated By:

Steven Rinella, Clay Newcomb

Length:

6 hrs and 2 mins

File Type:

.m4b

Release Date:

01-09-24

File Size:

339.61 MB

Audiobook Summary

From the creators of the New York Times bestselling series Campfire Stories: Close Calls comes a new original audiobook that brings to life the bold, hair-raising, and often tragic adventures of a generation of eighteenth-century frontiersmen: the Long Hunters.

Steven Rinella (The MeatEater Podcast) and Clay Newcomb (MeatEater’s Bear Grease podcast) gather listeners for a new round of stories, this time drawing from the lives of the rugged Long Hunters, who include such figures as Daniel Boone, Henry Skaggs, and Kasper Mansker. These were the commercial hunters and trappers who explored and exploited the First Far West, the land across the Appalachian Mountains, in the era between the Seven Years War and the American Revolution—one of the most fabled periods of American history.

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