Site Features:
Coon Dog Cemetery
Coon Hunting Interview
Hunting Carbide Lights
Vintage Stud Hound Ads
Vintage Equipment Ads

   Hunting Photos:
Vintage Hunting Photos 1
Vintage Hunting Photos 2
Vintage Hunting Photos 3
Vintage Hunting Photos 4
Vintage Hunting Photos 5
Vintage Hunting Photos 6
Vintage Hunting Photos 7
Vintage Hunting Photos 8

   Hound Kennels:
Dixie Hound Kennels I
Dixie Hound Kennels II
Arkansas Kennel I
Arkansas Kennel II
Arkansas Kennel III
Hill-Side Kennels
Smith Basset Hound Kennel
The Patch Hounds

   Vintage Items:
Leafy Oak's Scorecard
Association Postcard
Scioto Trial Poster
1947 Field Trial Poster
Vintage Hunting Licenses
1957 UKC Scorecard
Coon Dog Chase
1952 Bench Show
Coon Dog Tobacco
Coon Supper Poster
2nd Redbone Days
The Kenton National
Virginia State Coon Hunt
UKC Stud Files
Dog License Tags
1950's Bluetick Special
Coon Valley Postcard
1965 Pedigree Certificate
Saturday Evening Post
1955 Field and Steam
1948 UKC Reg Papers
1938 Bloodlines Magazine

Del Cameron
Ben Lilly
Berry Tarlton
H. R. Moore
Bob Rakow
Lester Nance
O.L. Beckham
Russell V. Hunt
Carl E. Smith
William N. Cosner

Scratchin’ for Lion
The End of the Dog Days
Coon Hunting Murder

Old Hunting Memories
30 Years of Coonhuntin'
"Three Legged Bill"
"This Old Hound"


American Tradition

American Houndsmen is a site dedicated to showcasing vintage hound hunting of the past. Whether coon hunting, bear hunting, lion hunting, deer hunting, possum hunting, or rabbit hunting, American Houndsmen offers a historical look at hound hunting of yesteryear.

You will find old hunting pictures, old stud ads, old equipment ads, old kennel catalogs, and much more vintage memorabilia.

Sit back and sit a spell and take a nostalgic trip into yesteryear.

The Hunt

Written by Maxine Legrand

Our night is long and sometimes cold, a campfires where we meet.
Hot coffee brewing, soft voices flowing, just waiting patiently.

Then from the dark the sounds erupt, theres running everywhere.
The dogs have treed and hope from me, a coon is there to see.
We hurry and we scramble out to the spot just right.
Then to our surprise, lights lifted high a coon hunters treed tonight.

The dogs are called and in our haste to get the poor man down.
The fact is missed that on his wrist, a coon tail dangles down.

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