September/October 2021

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Detail from Sheldon’s Horse, an original oil painting by Pamela Patrick White. The Second Light Dragoons became Washington’s eyes and ears as they left Verplank’s Point, NY, at first light. Washington used this crossing point to move his army across the Hudson River more than once during the Revolutionary War.

3 Letters from Our Readers
7 Doin’ It Yourself Thoughts on a Transitional Hunting Pouch — T. C. Albert
17 Shooting the Bull My Hawken Style Pistols — Mike Nesbitt
25 Cache of the Hollow Tree The Remarkable Life of Sam Houston, Part IV — Tony Hunter
33 Dispatches from New England Gray Eyed Scribe of History—The Life and Letters of John Hathorn, Part I — Vincent C. Spiotti
43 18th Century Traveler We Cannot Forget the Ladies — Matt Wulff
55 On the Game Trail Late Muzzleloader Deer Hunt — Dave Morelli
62 Pamela Patrick White—Artist of HistoryBryant White
77 The PilgrimageVic Nathan Barkin
88 The American Mountain Men Save a 1787 Log Cabin and Mount a Fabulous Fund RaiserJoshua Shepherd
101 Women on the Santa Fe TrailJames A. Crutchfield
109 Classified Ads
111 Index of Display Advertisers
112 For the Bookshelf