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Wildwood Wisdom by Ellsworth Jaeger
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Wildwood Wisdom (original 1945; edition 1992)

by Ellsworth Jaeger (Author)

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This historical guide, originally written in 1945, includes information on making fires, canoeing, using axes and knives, and crafting shelters from hand-gathered materials. Readers also learn about clothing, gear, and useful plants. This book also is an account of life in the 1800s, when survival in the wild depended on one's skill and ingenuity.… (more)
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Title:Wildwood Wisdom
Authors:Ellsworth Jaeger (Author)
Info:Shelter Publications (1992), Edition: 2nd, 520 pages
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To Zetta My Wife Companion of the Trails.
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The myriad jingle-jangle gadgets of some of our modern outdoorsmen would make our ancestral buckskin men turn in their graves.
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This historical guide, originally written in 1945, includes information on making fires, canoeing, using axes and knives, and crafting shelters from hand-gathered materials. Readers also learn about clothing, gear, and useful plants. This book also is an account of life in the 1800s, when survival in the wild depended on one's skill and ingenuity.

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