Skip to main content

Deer -- Behavior

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Norman Davis, interviewed by Scott Davis

 Series
Abstract

2424 Norman Davis, interviewed by Scott Davis for AY 425, February 1996, Eustis, Maine. 67 pp. Tape: 2 w/ transcript. Davis talks about hunting; hunting camp; moose hunt; deer hunt at Third St. John Pond, Indian Pond; hunting techniques and signs; deer behavior. Text: transcript. Recording: C 1469 and C 1470.

Dates: 1959-2008

Norman Nash, interviewed by Jeffrey "Smokey" McKeen

 Series
Abstract 2209 Norman Nash, interviewed by Jeffrey “Smokey” McKeen for AY 125, December 9, 1991, Montville, Maine. Nash tells of the Frye Mountain community in the early-to-mid 1900s; problems getting supplies during a particularly harsh winter prior to WWI; problems plowing; selling the land to the federal government during the Great Depression; mail delivery; state attempts to scatter deer population; burning of the farm buildings; theft of belongings stored in the family home after the sale;...
Dates: 1959-2008

Student paper, by Chris Ludden

 Series
Abstract 3743 Chris Ludden for ANT 431, spring 2011. Paper, titled “Traditional Hunting,” deals with why people hunt; as a sport; for food; intergenerational pastime shared between parent and child; method of family bonding; way to impart life lessons; rites of passage; respect for the quarry; ritual; respect for natural environment; Maine state laws and regulations; role in state economy; hunting license; timeline from 1830 to 1998 of events related to hunting laws for white-tailed deer; endangered...
Dates: 1959-2008