Publisher description for Woodcraft and Indian lore : a classic guide from a founding father of the Boy Scouts of America with over 500 drawings by the author / Ernest Thompson Seton.
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“I should like to lead this whole nation into the way of living outdoors,” wrote Ernest Seton over seventy-five years ago. If the nation was in need of a dose of nature then, we can certainly benefit even more from Seton’s sage advice now. Learn how to build a campfire, a dam, or a birch bark basket; to recognize animal tracks, constellations, and all manner of forestry; to stop a nose-bleed, ease poison ivy, or soothe a sore throat with natural remedies; to make delicious biscuits on the trail and spot edible mushrooms; and more. This book is essential for Boy Scouts and their leaders, and great fun for anyone desiring a fuller experience of outdoors life.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Natural history -- Outdoor books.
Indians of North America.