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Woodcraft and Indian Lore : A Classic Guide from a Founding Father of the Boy Scouts of America
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At the turn of the twentieth century, an age of booming technology and a rapid reduction of the outdoors, wildlife enthusiast Ernest Thompson Seton called for a renewed interest in outdoor living. If the nation was in need of a dose of nature then, we could certainly benefit from Seton’s expert guidance today. With this book, you’ll learn to:Build a campfire, dam, or birch basketRecognize animal tracks, constellations, and all manner of forestrySpot the differences between poisonous plants and edible berriesRemedy everything from common cuts and wounds to life-threatening snakebitesAnd much more!Combining scientific knowledge with Native American wisdom and practices, this guide is essential for Boy Scouts, their pack leaders, and any guides leading outdoor treks. It’s also a great read for any outdoors lover who is looking for a fuller experience of nature.
Number of Pages: 590
Genre: Sports + Recreation
Publisher: Perseus Distribution Services
Author: Ernest Thompson Seton
Street Date: October 4, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-34-6277
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