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Definition of Backwoodsmen

Backwoodsmen
Backwoodsman Back"woods"man, n.; pl. Backwoodsmen. A man living in the forest in or beyond the new settlements, especially on the western frontiers of the older portions of the United States. --Fisher Ames.

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- characters live an "authentic life", and the "soldiers, fishers, boxers and backwoodsmen are among the archetypes of authenticity in modern literature". The theme...
- as his brother Darryl and John Voldstad as his other brother Darryl, backwoodsmen who live in the same town. A recurring gag is that they are always fighting...
- transferred the techniques (mainly survival skills) to non-military heroes: backwoodsmen, explorers (and later on, sailors and airmen). He also added innovative...
- Roosevelt: We have taken into our language the word prairie, because when our backwoodsmen first reached the land [in the Midwest] and saw the great natural meadows...
- Carolina.: 59–69  In 1778, at the height of the American Revolution, backwoodsmen from Pennsylvania, Virginia, and what is now Kentucky took part in George...
- Brides for Seven Brothers, it tells the story of seven gauche but sincere backwoodsmen, one of whom gets married, encouraging the others to s**** partners. After...
- along the coast and made their way into the hinterland as sertanejos (backwoodsmen). These sertanejos lived alongside Swahili traders and even obtained...
- capita relatively large quantities of liquor. After the excise tax, the backwoodsmen complained the tax fell on them rather than on the consumers. Cash poor...
- Great West, the hardy explorer of the trackless wilderness…the prince of backwoodsmen" arrives to guide them. When later asked about the book, Kit Carson said...