By Peter Hathaway Capstick. Wally Johnson was one of the last to make his living legally hunting ivory. Capstick tells his story, one of thundering encounters with massive tuskers and the giant guns used to take them. 220 Pages - Hardcover.
Author: Peter Hathaway Capstick Publisher: Safari Press Date of Publication: 1988 Number of Pages: 220
Summary of Material:
The story of one of the last of the professional ivory hunters. Wally Johnson's life is the stuff of legend. Read of buffalo gorings, hunting mankillers, bites by giant gaboon vipers and tale after tale of life in the ivory trade.
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"The Last Ivory Hunter: The Saga of Wally Johnson" Book by Peter H. Capstick