"Camp Life and the Tricks of Trapping and Trap-Making"

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    Interesting. I've done some trapping in the past. By 1880's, it was not the leading industry it once was. At one point, North American trapping drove the world economy the way tea and spices did before that. Its very revealing to read texts from the 1800's, well from any century except the current.
     
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    Just so everyone knows, that is illegal now.
    Even here in south Louisiana.
     
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