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Phillip Williams, left, and Bruce McGuffin were guest speakers at the May meeting of Ancestral Trails Historical Society. The topic of discussion was the frontier long hunters, who hunted in Kentucky for one to two years at a time. They also discussed the market hunters, who hunted in Kentucky for money. Each animal hide would bring about $4 in the east or England, where they were made into items such as hats and gloves. Many tools were used by these hunters on their trips and they were explained.
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