Duncan, Lee 1968-05-27

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Lee Duncan deals almost exclusively with the sport of panther (mountain lion) hunting and the dogs used to trail them. Some of his most interesting encounters are related.

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Interviewee Name: Lee Duncan

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Date: May 27, 1968

Location: Alpine

Interviewer: Paul Patterson



Tape 1, Side 1: Autobiographical material, Panther hunting, Use of dogs, Javelins, Panther hunting, Traveling, Speed, Hunting incident, Hunting dogs, Mules, Accident, Size, Value of dogs, Panther's killings, Bobcat size, Killings, Killing goat herd, Badshot incident, Attacking humans, Litter size, Pet panther, Diet, Jumping distance, Driving a herd

Tape 1, Side 2: Measuring a panther, Panther sounds, Bobcat's killings, Hunting coyotes, Dog food, Care of dogs, Hunting incident, Hunting in wind, Cave incident, Coloring, Fee for killing, Climbing tree, Dogs, Running deer, Typing and penning, Raising, Price, Weight, Bad feet, Jaguarundi - size, Ocelots, Mule size, Saddles, Broken leg

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