“Getting to Backcountry Business”

“Snapshot Saturday”

A trading post hunter starts to skin a buck.

In the safety of the station camp, the post hunter began skinning a white-tailed buck. Such was the nature of the backcountry business on that cold December morning in 1797. Old Northwest Territory, two ridges east of the River Raisin…

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