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“Snapshot Saturday”

A traditional hunter concealed by a hemlock bush.

Late one morning Tamara Neely concealed herself in a hemlock bush on top of a small knoll. She waited for a tom turkey to answer a few seductive clucks from the wing bone call, but a gobbler never obliged her. Sometime in the early 1790s in the Old Northwest Territory, two ridges east of the River Raisin.

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