(Ferndale Museum), 2010. Trade Paperback. Item #310635
192 pages. Preserved by George Richmond and Richard H. Roberts. Seth Kinman was famous for being famous in the middle of the 19th century. He was a hunter, trapper, and Indian killer in Humboldt County, California, and he ran a saloon filled with taxidermy and other weird stuff on Table Bluff. He gained notoriety for giving a couple of presidents chairs made of elk horns. He also made chairs out of bear paws and fiddles from skulls. Illustrated in black-and-white. A new copy.