Cultural differences


November 25, 2022

Mary Zeiss Stange, Ekalaka

In the mid-1970s a distinguished group of hunters decided to establish a facility that would combine a museum with a center for the historical, environmental, and cultural contribution of hunting to American society. I was teaching history at Chadron State College at the time. On the basis of some scattered articles on animal rights and hunting I had written as well as teaching a course on hunting's vast social impact in America, particularly in the nation's rural areas, I was invited to Phoenix, Arizona to address the Safari Club International's annual meeting. While there I was briefed on th...

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