Heywood Walter Seton-Karr (1859 - 1938) was a British Army officer, big game hunter, amateur archaeologist and artist. As a very keen hunter, he went in pursuit of big game almost every year. He made nineteen expeditions to Africa, more than twenty to India and the same to the Arctic.
My First Lions: Hunting Fierce Game In Eastern Africa by Heywood W Seton-Karr (1893) is a pamphlet published by Century Mag.
Ten Years Wild Sports In Foreign Lands: Or Travels In The Eighties by Heywood W Seton-Karr (1889) Seton-Karr continues his adventures in Alaska, Norway and other venues. In Asia he relates tales of hunting barasingh near Mount Korwal in Kashmir and antelope in the Bikaner region of India. Free eBook
Bear-Hunting In The White Mountains: Or Alaska And British Columbia Revisited by Heywood W Seton-Karr (1891) describes his hunting trip to Alaska and British Columbia after bear and bighorn sheep. Also a chapter on fishing. Free eBook
Explorations In Alaska And North-West British Columbia by Heywood W Seton-Karr (1891) is an original Royal Geographical Society publication about this expedition to confirm claims from indigenous people of a land route to Yakutat Bay, leading him into regions not yet charted and interesting encounters with the Chilcat tribes. The expedition started in a north-west direction of almost 1000 miles through an archipelago of many islands, continued by canoe on icy rolling rivers, by foot overland through dense humid forests and over snow and ice by sledge. Free eBook
The Alpine Regions Of Alaska by Heywood W Seton-Karr (1887) is an original Royal Geographical Society publication of Seton-Karr's paper on his journey in Alaska with the intent of climbing to the summit of Mount Elias. They were, however, quite unprepared for the complex terrain and difficult weather conditions of the climb and aborted their mission at 7,200 feet. The author carried on to traverse the region of Yakutat Bay, Copper River and Prince William Sound.
Shores And Alps Of Alaska by Heywood W Seton-Karr (1887) is an account of a visit in 1886 to the region of Yakutat Bay, Copper River and Prince William Sound, with an attempted ascent of Mount St. Elias. Free eBook