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The American Field ~ Mastheads 1900 – Present



Masthead of the first issue of Field & Stream, 1874 which featured columns by Dr. Nicholas Rowe on the relative merits of pointers, setters and other upland bird dogs.


The Chicago Field was initiated February 19, 1876. It offered a free registry of sporting dogs in the United States.


1900 masthead of The American Field by John Martin Tracy.


1941 masthead, still the Tracy etching adapted to show the National Champion in the center.


1960 masthead — a new illustration by ? and the crest with the National Champion. It no longer reads “The” American Field.


1974 masthead, again with yet another new illustration.


The present day American Field masthead.

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Strideaway is an online publication founded in 2008. We are dedicated to promoting the great sport of American pointing dog field trials, in particular American Field sanctioned trials for pointers and setters. Our objective is to present the voices and ideas of experienced trainers, handlers, breeders and other knowledgeable participants and enthusiasts from the past to the present — amateurs and professionals alike. Whether All-Age or Shooting Dog, Horseback or Walking Trials, we place particular emphasis on wild bird field trials and the dogs that compete in them. We present richly illustrated articles and stories, podcast interviews and other types of media on a regular basis with the hope of providing an ever expanding, searchable archive of information relevant to pointing dog field trials.Read article

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