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4 Best Theories on Forrest Fenn’s Treasure Location
It’s been a month since Forrest Fenn announced his treasure was claimed, but the public is still not much closer to knowing the bounty’s...
6 Places to Find Native American Arrowheads
How Early Hunters Ran Down Deer on Foot
The First Thanksgiving: Wild Game, Extinction, and Stuffing
Bar Room Banter: Sex on the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Aug 8, 2019
There’s a difference between book smart and bar smart. You may not be book smart, but this series can make you seem educated and interesting from a barstool. So, belly up, pour yourself a glass of something good and take notes as we go under the covers of Lewis and Clark’s famed expedition.
Prior to embarking across the continent with the Corps of Discovery, Meriwether Lewis trained under Dr. Benjamin Rush, whom President Thomas Jefferson...
Bar Room Banter: The Most Secluded Humans on Earth
Jul 17, 2019
There’s a difference between book smart and bar smart. You may not be book smart, but this series can make you seem educated and interesting from a barstool. So, belly up, pour yourself a glass of something good and take mental notes as we look at the most remote tribe in the world.
North Sentinel Island is located about 800 miles off the coast of India in the Bay of Bengal. It’s home to the most remote peoples in the world: the Sentinelese...
How Eating Meat Made Us Human
Jun 20, 2019
Anthropologists generally agree that eating meat was a pivotal change in early human diets. But they are still piecing together exactly how we evolved from big-stomached plant-eaters into big-brained meat-eaters about 2 million years ago.
For example, a study published this March in the academic journal Current Anthropology, suggests that if you want to eat like our earliest human ancestors, you ought to learn how to make bone broth. And maybe...
Dining on Dogs: The History of Eating Canines
Mar 29, 2019
When Lewis and Clark finally emerged from the Rocky Mountains 16 months into their journey, the crew was thin and weak. Their route through the Great Plains had provided a bounty of protein, and they’d grown accustomed to feasts of bison, elk and deer. In unfamiliar territory that seemed derelict of big game, they relied on the Nez Perce Indians to fill their stomachs.
The tribe graciously provided the corps with dried salmon and camas root...
Barbecues of Buffalo Jumps Past
Jan 6, 2017
During this past holiday season, many people prepared elaborate and thoughtfully prepared meals for gatherings of friends and family. For hunters and anglers a lot of those meals revolved around wild fish and game that was the result of many hours of hard work in the woods and on the water. Cooking meals of wild game for large groups of people is nothing new historically speaking and ancient hunters shared many of the same traditions we practice...
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