Central African Game & Its Spoor

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    Central African Game & Its Spoor
    by Captain Chauncey Hugh Stigand (1877 - 1919)

    London, Macmillan & Co., Limited

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    From 1906


    At the present day it is quite possible, for any man who has the means and the leisure, to undertake a trip to some part of the interior of Africa, and there shoot a great deal of big game, without having time, even if the inclination should be present, to learn anything of hunting lore.

    Steamers and railways will carry a sportsman to-day into the very heart of the best shooting grounds of Africa in the course of a few short weeks, and a professional Somali hunter can be engaged by anyone with a long purse, who will place his services and life-long experience amongst African game at his master's commands, and be to him all that the skilled stalker is to the inexperienced stag hunter in the Highlands of Scotland.
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