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Woodcraft and Camping

By George Washington Sears
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Table of Contents
  • WOODCRAFT AND CAMPING
  • DOVER PUBLICATIONS, INC. NEW YORK
  • Preface
  • Contents
  • Illustrations
  • Chapter I
    • OVERWORK AND RECREATION—OUTING AND OUTERS HOW TO DO IT, AND WHY THEY MISS IT
  • Chapter II
    • KNAPSACK, HATCHET, KNIVES, TINWARE, RODS, FISHING TACKLE, DITTY-BAG
  • Chapter III
    • GETTING LOST—CAMPING OUT—ROUGHING IT OR SMOOTHING IT—INSECTS—CAMPS, AND HOW TO MAKE THEM
  • Chapter IV
    • CAMP-FIRES AND THEIR IMPORTANCE—THE WASTEFUL WRONG WAY THEY ARE USUALLY MADE, AND THE RIGHT WAY TO MAKE THEM
  • Chapter V
    • FISHING, WITH AND WITHOUT FLIES—SOME TACKLE AND LURES—DISCURSIVE REMARKS ON THE GENTLE ART—THE HEADLIGHT—FROGGING
  • Chapter VI
    • CAMP COOKERY—HOW IT IS USUALLY DONE, WITH A FEW SIMPLE HINTS ON PLAIN COOKING—COOKING FIRE AND OUT-DOOR RANGE
  • Chapter VII
    • MORE HINTS ON COOKING, WITH SOME SIMPLE RECEIPTS—BREAD, COFFEE, POTATOES, SOUPS, STEWS, BEANS, FISH, MEAT, VENISON
  • Chapter VIII
    • A TEN DAYS' TRIP IN THE WILDERNESS—GOING IT ALONE
  • Chapter IX—Canoeing
    • THE LIGHT CANOE AND DOUBLE BLADE—VARIOUS CANOES FOR VARIOUS CANOEISTS—REASONS FOR PREFERRING THE CLINKER-BUILT CEDAR
  • Chapter X
    • ODDS AND ENDS—WHERE TO GO FOR AN OUTING—WHY A CLINKER?—BOUGHS AND BROWSE
    • PREPARE TO TURN IN.
  • Index
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