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Abernethy on horseback - live coyote in front, dead one back of him

Lambert, Alexander, 1861-
John R. Abernathy is pictured on a horse with a live coyote saddled before him and a dead one hanging behind him.
Travel, Coyote, Horses, Hunting, Dead animals, Abernathy, John R., 1876-
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