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As the Mist Rises

Moose hunter was the title earned only by the bravest of hunters.  Few accepted the challenge to stalk this massive creature that dominated by size and strength on land and water.  In the water, the moose was an extremely powerful swimmer on land it could move through the woods as quietly as shadows.  Named by the native Algonquians, moose means “he who eats off trees and shrubs” or “twig eater”.  Constantly browsing for food, the moose inhabited the virgin marshlands and muskegs of the Northwood’s Country. In Jack Paluh's Native American painting, "As the Mist Rises," a native hunter comes upon a large bull moose. 

As the Mist Rises

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