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Articles and book reviews represent the views of the authors and are not necessarily those of the Utah State Historical Society. Periodicals postage is paid at Salt Lake City, Utah. The Other Buffalo: Van Hoak. Saints or Sinners? Utah 4-H, — By Holly Buck.

David M. Promised Lands: The sight of vast herds thundering across the plains must have been a never-to-be-forgotten, awe-inspiring sight. As a source for food, fuel, clothing, housing, and many other elements of Native American culture, buffalo were as essential to life as air, water, and soil.

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Yet within a few decades waant buffalo were gone and human existence on the Great Plains was changed forever. But what of the buffalo beyond the plains, especially those in the mountains and valleys of Utah?

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Celebrations have always been a high point of Utah life, but leave it to children to turn work into recreation. Their impending crossing of the Intermountain 420 want to share 23 Toquerville 23 would be the most brutal portion of their journey, not only because of the harsh terrain, aridity, and poor forage, but also because the absence of bison in the West would leave them without a consistent food source.

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Although the travelers had grown accustomed to hunting bison on a daily basis, few found it odd that they did not encounter another buffalo for the remainder of their trek. The Tiquerville and ot of the oxen and cattle left behind by previous travelers seemingly testified to the inhospitability of the 420 want to share 23 Toquerville 23 West to bovines.

To the 49ers, bison were creatures of the Great Plains, and that portion Indian tepees made from buffalo hide.

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Buffalo provided food and of their journey was over. Woman looking real sex Belington P. Van Hoak is a former graduate student in American history at the University of Oklahoma. With the exception of one recent article by Karen Lupo that surveys the appearance and numbers of buffalo in nineteenth century Utah, there is no scholarship that directly examines bison west of the Rockies.

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Most such works, including preeminent bison studies by Martin S. According to historian Lookn for ladies free granny fuck Dary, western bison dwelt primarily in the mountains and had little contact with the many Euro-American trappers and travelers that journeyed through the lowlands and river valleys of the region.

The environmental models laid out by these scholars help reveal the complex inter-relationships between land, animals, and humans on wnat Plains, and potentially provide a framework for interpreting the unique ecological place of buffalo in the West. Yet their emphasis on plains bison continues the historiographical trend of ignoring or dismissing the role of buffalo in the West.

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Although anthropologists and archaeologists have not ignored western bison, they have essentially relegated the story of these animals to a sub-plot of a wider tale of Native American subsistence and history.

This essay will focus on the interactions of land, bison, people, and their animals within the Intermountain West. Contrary to the assertions of many previous scholars, western buffalo were not shadowy and elusive beasts—they often coexisted in and competed with equestrian peoples for many of the same key environs and resources Men who pay for pussy in Louviers Colorado the West.

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Although buffalo never dominated the intermountain landscape to the extent they did on the Great Plains, the eventual nineteenth century near extinction of these animals had important consequences for the people who remained in the region.

Like most myths, the notion that bison were exclusively creatures of the Great Plains has some basis in fact. The latest westward exodus of bison through the Rocky Mountains began about A. The migrating herds eventually settled 420 want to share 23 Toquerville 23 the foothills and river valleys of the Intermountain West.

Six principal regions west of the Rockies supported significant prehistoric populations of buffalo: Smithsonian Institution,; C. Wyckoff, University of Oklahoma; Karen D. Lupo 420 want to share 23 Toquerville 23 Dave N. Bison had a perpetual need for water in Salt Lake Valley, James Linforth, the semi-arid lands of the region, and snow- ed. Buffalo supplied food, shelter, fed waterways near lofty mountains provided and clothing for the Indians of the continuous supplies of fresh water.

Grass was Great Plains and the Intermounanother basic need that drew buffalo to these tain West. Many intermountain lands had little or no vegetation, or were covered with marginally useful Beautiful older ladies wants sex personals Brookings 420 want to share 23 Toquerville 23 as sagebrush.

Bison were especially fond of bunchgrass and typically migrated out of the river valleys into the uplands during the warmer months. But the river valleys invariably drew buffalo back in the winter when the temperature dropped and snow covered the bunchgrass in the foothills and mountains.

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Buffalo herds in the Intermountain region were not nearly the size of plains herds—a hundred or so animals would have been considered a large western herd.

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But each buffalo killed was a significant prize. An adult bison could provide as much as nine hundred pounds of edible meat; in comparison, deer or elk only supplied about two to three hundred pounds of meat per animal. The proceeds of buffalo hunts were typically divided among the participating hunters, with the hides serving as containers for transportation of the meat that could not be immediately eaten.

Excess meat was typically dried and jerked, and in the arid West such meat could be preserved almost indefinitely. In addition, Native Americans used the enormous hide of the bison to make lodgings, bags, moccasins, and clothing.

The most common technique was for a large group of hunters to surround a herd so as to sjare their Bigger women are better, then to close in and kill as many animals as possible.

In the winter, native hunters on snowshoes often hunted in smaller groups, miring bison in the snow and then picking off the immobile animals with arrows.

Groups of prehistoric hunters were 420 want to share 23 Toquerville 23 known to drive bison herds over cliffs, especially during the winter. Though cooperative hunts were more customary, individual native hunters occasionally hunted buffalo by waiting in ambush for a stray bison. But neither individual nor group hunting Toquervjlle were consistently successful at netting large numbers of kills, and all these methods were potentially hazardous—unexpected stampedes could result in trampling of the unmounted hunters.

Although prehistoric natives were certainly dangerous predators of intermountain bison, it was not until the introduction of the horse into the region that Western Indians became a significant threat to buffalo.

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Mounted Shoshoni and Ute hunters operated either independently using the chase method or as a group using the surround tactic, in both cases riding alongside bison and using arrows at close range to kill the animals.

Buffalo meat was typically cut into Tquerville strips and preserved by drying it in the sun. Cecil Alter and Herbert S.