Mountain Man Skills: Hunting, Trapping, Woodwork, and More - Brennan Stephen
Brennan Stephen

Mountain Man Skills: Hunting, Trapping, Woodwork, and More

Автор Brennan Stephen
Издательство Skyhorse Publishing
Год 2015
Формат FB2





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Whether you’re an avid outdoorsman or a novice hiker, Crafts and Skills of the Mountain Man is your handbook to not only surviving outdoors, but flourishing. The style of the mountain man is unique and popular, especially among young people, historians, and those with a special interest in living off the land. The mountain man has been successful outdoors for ages, and now you can too with the skills, tips, and tricks included in this handy manual. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for hunters and firearms enthusiasts. We publish books about shotguns, rifles, handguns, target shooting, gun collecting, self-defense, archery, ammunition, knives, gunsmithing, gun repair, and wilderness survival. We publish books on deer hunting, big game hunting, small game hunting, wing shooting, turkey hunting, deer stands, duck blinds, bowhunting, wing shooting, hunting dogs, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

 

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THE TRAPPERS BY W. F. WAGNER TRANSPORT Bateau Keelboat Whaleboat Pirogue Flatboat Dugout Canoe Building a Birch-Bark Canoe Bull Boat BUILDING A BULL BOAT A Trapper’s Raft Horse and Mule Packing Crossing a River or Stream Travois Snowshoes An Indian Toboggan BUILDING AN INDIAN TOBOGGAN SHELTER Forts and Trading Posts Stockade Building Lean-to, Tents, and Tepees Caches UNDERGROUND CACHES Splitting Logs Building a Trapper’s Log Cabin THE CABIN ROOF LOG ROLLING Building a Stone Chimney Sod House Construction Knots and Rope Work CAMP COOKERY Fire Building FUEL STARTING A FIRE BY THE BOW DRILL METHOD FLINT AND STEEL AS A FIRE STARTER THE LENS METHOD Brunswick Stew How to Make the Burgoo Roast Beaver Tail Beaver Tail Soup Lumberman’s Baked Beans How to Barbecue Venison or Sheep How to Cook Venison Sourdough’s Joy Doughgod How to Dry Corn Sweet Corn Parched Field Corn Ash Cakes Pone Pulled Firebread or Twist Johnny-cake Flapjacks Camp Corn Bread and Corn Dodgers Camp Biscuit Boiled Potatoes Roast Potatoes Bean Hole Pork and Beans Baked Beans Brown Bread Camp Soup Mountain Man Stew Fried Squirrel Venison Steak Jerking Meat How to Dress Small Animals Roast Porcupine Camp Coffee and Tea TEA TOOLS OF THE MOUNTAIN MAN Knives A Trapper’s Ax HOW TO FELL A TREE WITH AN AX Tomahawks and Hatchets Broadax and Adz and Other Tools Sawpits and Trestles FIREARMS OF THE MOUNTAIN MAN Swivel Guns Flintlock Rifles of the Mountain Man Trade Guns The “Plains” Rifle The Pistol Black Powder How to Make a Powder Horn HUNTING BIG GAME The Bison or American Buffalo by Mayne Reid Mule Deer Hunting DEER HUNTING TIPS Big Horn Sheep Hunting the Big Horn Grizzly Bear OLD PINTO BY ALLAN KELLY TRAPPING Snares THE COMMON SNARE THE GROUND SNARE Steel Traps of the Mountain Men NOTES ON THE STEEL TRAP TRANSPORTATION OF STEEL TRAPS THE SPRING POLE The Sliding Pole Fur-Bearing Animals BEAVER MINK WEASEL MARTEN OTTER WOLVERINE MUSKRAT RACCOON BADGER FOX BEAR SKINNING AND PROCESSING OF PELTS READING TRAIL AND TRACKS Trailing—Indian Sagacity by Randolph Marcy Finding Your Way—the Sun by Elmer Harry Kreps How to Use Your Watch as a Compass Tracks, for the Trapper Tracks, for the Hunter TODAY’S MOUNTAIN MAN RENDEZVOUS