“A Cottontail Morning’

“Snapshot Saturday”

An 18th-century woodsman approaching a snowy brush pile

On a snowy January morn, the thought of fresh rabbit stew drew a post hunter to a brushy tangle. A few steps later a lone set of tracks left the pile and wandered east… Old Northwest Territory, 1798.

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