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Shelters, Shacks, and Shanties (1914)

by D. C. Beard

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Practical, hands-on guide by one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America contains a wealth of information and advice on how to build everything from a bark teepee and tree-top house to a log cabin and beaver mat hut. Over 332 illustrations and clear, easy-to-follow text make this an invaluable book.… (more)
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Dedicated to Daniel Bartlet Beard because of his love of the big outdoors.
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It may be necessary for me to remind the boys that they must use the material at hand in building their shacks, shelters, sheds, and shanties, and that they are very fortunate if their camp is located in a country where the mountain goose is to be found.
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Practical, hands-on guide by one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America contains a wealth of information and advice on how to build everything from a bark teepee and tree-top house to a log cabin and beaver mat hut. Over 332 illustrations and clear, easy-to-follow text make this an invaluable book.

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