1930 Deer Revolt: When Oneida County Took On the State October 31, 2013 Wisconsin

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... the 1930 deer season ...  Nearly two-thirds of the state was closed to hunting.  Downstate deer hunters flocked to the open hunting counties of the north, invoking the ire of locals.  Many in the north were questioning the wisdom of having a deer season at all because deer numbers seemed low already... 


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