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Description: Big Game Hunter Magazine is one of the most popular hunting magazines in the world. Big Game Hunter Magazine is published by Cabela's and covers all aspects of hunting. Big Game Hunter Magazine includes hunting articles, equipment reviews, cross country and waterfowl articles, and much more.By the mid-1700s, it was possible to write of the native peoples of New England as if they were exotic animals kept in small cages. Explorers, gentry, soldiers, merchants, and missionaries all wanted to add to the knowledge they’d gleaned about a region that had kept them at a distance for hundreds of years. It was a colonialist impulse that would soon come to dominate much of the settler endeavor. But such condescension wasn’t all. It could also take a prideful form, one that emphasized the cultural distinctiveness of the people living in these rural communities. Given that they didn’t know how to drive, for example, it seemed almost impolite to compare their ability to hunt and fish with that of colonists and other Europeans. In the words of one missionary, the natives were “among the heathen of the world,” with their dress, “religious opinions” and lack of “knowledge of God.” American historian W.J. Tandy has called this colonialist impulse the “crusade.” From an initial sense of moral superiority based on Christianity, this fervor became a quest to claim ownership of an entire continent. I’ve come to think of it as the chase. Only one person actually captured a complete and accurate picture of the people who lived along the coast of New England in the 1600s. Jonathan Thornhill was a Puritan missionary who lived in what’s now Gloucester, Massachusetts, and spent nearly four decades documenting the Native American population of New England. He grew up in the region, having been born in nearby Salem, and his observations were focused on the Wampanoag, a native people who lived in villages and were engaged in fishing and hunting. But he also saw that colonists had largely ignored them, having “preferred their own pursuits to theirs.” And so Thornhill set out to capture an accurate and comprehensive record of the people, their habits and customs. His 1842 journal, The History of the Indian Natives in New England, is the only available and comprehensive record





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