Slate: When wolf-killing was cool, legal, and paid well in NH




The blog of Dartmouth’s Rauner Special Collections Library notes the bounty paid in 1778 for killing a wolf in New Hampshire was “just a little less than a sergeant in the British Army would have earned in a year.”
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