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MAKING NATIVE AMERICAN HUNTING, FIGHTING AND SURVIVAL TOOLS: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO MAKING AND USING TRADITIONAL TOOLS

by: Monte Burch

Digging tools, axes, knives, hide scrapers, spear points, arrowheads, & much more. B&W illus; 6×9 inches, 272 pgs.

1-59921-093-3
978-1-59921-093-3
Softcover
06-01-2007
Western Americana & Frontier

$18.95

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About This Book
Overview

Here is the most comprehensive guide yet to making your own Native American tools and weapons. The history of the implements is provided, along with a primer on working with flint. Complete instruction is then given on:

۰ Digging Tools ۰ Axes ۰ Knives ۰ Hide Scrapers ۰ Spear Points ۰ Arrowheads ۰ Baskets and Packs ۰ Chisels ۰ Fishing Spears ۰ Harpoons ۰ Hooks and Line ۰ Fish Traps ۰ Fish Nets ۰ Spear Throwers ۰ Slings ۰ Blow Guns ۰ Bolas ۰ Rabbit Sticks ۰ Game Clubs ۰ Traps and Snares ۰ Decoys ۰ Calls ۰ Spears ۰ Darts ۰ Bows ۰ Arrows ۰ Tomahawks ۰ Clubs ۰ Daggers ۰ Lances ۰ Shields

Whether for the survivalist, historian, student, or enthusiast, this is the comprehensive guide to these ancient arts.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Monte Burch
has been writing about the outdoors for four decades. He has written thousands of magazine articles and more than 50 books including The Field & Stream All-Terrain Vehicle Handbook; the Field Dressing and Butchering series of books; and The Ultimate Guide to Making Outdoor Gear and Accessories. He lives in Missouri.

Details

ISBN: 1-59921-093-3
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK
Publish Date: 06-01-2007

“MAKING NATIVE AMERICAN HUNTING, FIGHTING AND SURVIVAL TOOLS: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO MAKING AND USING TRADITIONAL TOOLS”

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