Deer Frightened by Hunters
100 Years Ago
December 10, 2020
Herald of Dec. 10, 1920
A letter from A.M. Snowberger, a former Cove resident, who with others had taken a trip to the South. The letter was written from Fruitland Park, Fla.
Mr. Snowberger, his brother David M., wife and daughter, and Daniel Baird, had made the trip in a camp trailer. His letter tells of the trip from Pennsylvania down to the southland and his impressions of Dixieland.
Farmers living south of Henrietta during the past week noticed that deer had come to their farms and were mingling with the cattle, having been frightened out of the nearby mountains by hunters. William Hunt...