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Assafoetida
This foul smelling production seems to have a specially...

Bowl Traps
Very effective extempore traps may be set up in a few m...

Floating
Some people can float who cannot swim. Others can swim ...

The Otter
The fur of this animal is of such exquisite softness an...

The Log Coop Trap
This is commonly set for bears, although a deer or a pu...

The Bear
There are several species of the Bear tribe which inhab...

The Old-fashioned Springle
This is the variety of snare which has been in very ...





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What The Outdoor World Can Do For Girls.
When You Strike The Trail
Blazing The Trail
To Know An Animal Trail
Lost In The Woods
Footprints Or Tracks
Trees
Balsam-fir
Spruce
Hemlock
Pine
How To Chop Wood
How To Chop Logs
How To Fell A Tree
Etiquette Of The Wild
Finding Your Way By Natural Signs And The Compass
Sunlight And Shadow
Wind
Use Of Compass
Make A Compass Of Your Watch
Mountain Climbing
Lost In The Woods
To Find Your Way By The North Star
Information
Location
Water
Companions
Safeguarding
The Start
The One-day Camp
Camp Dinner
The Clean-up
Shelters And Tents. Lean-to
Permanent Camp. Lean-to. Open Camp
Tents
Camp-beds
Bough-bed
Bag-bed
Cot-bed
Pillows
Guards
Exercise
The Camp-fire
How To Build A Fire
Cook-fire
Log-cabin Fire
Fire In The Rain
Camp Fireplace
Camp Cooking. Provisions
Flapjacks
Biscuits
Johnny-cake
Corn-meal Mush
Kentucky Bread
Cocoa
Coffee
Boiled Potatoes
Baked Potatoes
Bean Soup And Baked Beans
Bacon
Game Birds
Fish
Essential Foods
List
List
Sanitation
Camp Spirit
Camp Outfits
Clothing
Underwear
Stockings
Shoes
Camping Dress
Check List Of Apparel
Check List Of Toilet Articles
Check List Of Personal Camp Property
Check List For First Aid
Check List For General Camp
Check List Of Kitchen Utensils
Camp Packs
What To Put In Your Pack
Blanket-roll Pack
Duffel-bag
Packing Provisions
Camp Furnishings
Dressing-table
Camp-seats
Camp-table
Camp-cupboard
Camp-broom
Camp-chair
Camp Clothes-press
Blanket Bed
Camp Hammock
Birch-bark Dishes
Cooking Utensils
In The Woods, The Fields, On The Shore. Stalking Animals And Birds
Stalking
Animals Found On The Trail
Birds
Stalking The Ruffed Grouse
Woodcock
Beaver
Fish-hawk, Osprey
Blue Heron
Loon, Great Northern Diver
Animals And Birds Of The Open
Field-mouse
Kangaroo-rat, Jumping Mouse
Pocket-gopher
Antelope
Coyote, Prairie-wolf
Spermophile
Bobolink
Meadow-lark
Red-winged Blackbird
Song Sparrow
Edible Fruits, Nuts, Roots, And Plants
Red Raspberry
Black Raspberry
Purple-flowering Raspberry
Mountain Raspberry, Cloudberry
Wild Strawberry
Low Running Blackberry
Running Swamp Blackberry
High-bush Blackberry
Mountain Blackberry
Thornless Blackberry
Eastern Wild Gooseberry
Dwarf Blueberry
Low Blueberry
High-bush Blueberry
Dangleberry
Wintergreen. Checkerberry
Partridgeberry
June-berry. Shadbush
Red Mulberry
Sweet Viburnum. Nanny-berry. Sheepberry
Large-fruited Thorn
Black Haw. Stag-bush
Wild Plums. Canada Plum
Beach Plum
Wild Red Cherry
Sand-cherry
Persimmon
Papaw
May-apple
Wild Grapes
Frost-grape Or Chicken-grape
Wild Nuts. Black Walnuts
Butternut
Hickory-nuts
Shellbark. Shagbark
Mockernut
Pignut
Beechnut
Chestnut
Bark And Roots Of Trees
Slippery-elm
Sassafras
Salads. Watercress
Dandelion
Insects
Wood-ticks
Jigger. Redbug. Mite
Deer-fly
Black-fly
No-see-um. Punky. Midge
Gnats
Bees, Wasps, And Yellow-jackets
Dopes
Nessmuk's Dope
Breck's Dope
H. P. Wells's Bug-juice
Smudges
Snakes
Rattlesnakes
Banded Rattlesnake
Diamond Rattlesnake
Massasauga
Copperhead
Harlequin Snake And Coral-snake
Water-moccasin, Cottonmouth
Other Snakes
Beaded Lizard, Gila Monster
Treatment For Snake-bites
Poisonous Plants
Poison-ivy
Poison-oak
Poison-sumach, Or Swamp-sumach
Yellow Lady's-slipper
Deadly Nightshade
Pokeweed, Pigeonberry
Poison-hemlock
Water-hemlock
Jimson-weed
Toadstools
What To Photograph And How
Selecting A Camera
How To Know Your Camera
Loading The Camera
Count The Turns Of The Key
Be Economical With Your Films
Plan Your Pictures To Illustrate Your Trip
Backgrounds
Color Values In Photographs
Photographing Wild Animals
Shutter Speed
Set Your Camera Like A Trap
Taking The Picture
Photographing The Trail
Timing Without A Watch
Photographing Flowers And Ferns
Look At The Date On Your Film
Safe And Unsafe Boats
Stepping In And Out Of A Boat
Canoes And Canoeing
Paddles
Accessories
Care Of The Canoe
Getting In The Canoe
Upset
Paddling
Loading A Canoe
Rowing
Rafts
Primitive Weaving Method
Poling
Swimming
Movements In Swimming
Floating
Diving
Breathing
Treading Water
Fishing
Square Knots. Hitching Knots. Other Knots
Terms Used In Knot-tying
Square Knot
Figure-eight Knot
Bow-line Knot
Sheep-shank Knot
The Parcel Slip-knot
Cross-tie Parcel Knot
Fisherman's Knot
Halter, Slip, Or Running Knot
Half-hitch
Timber-hitch
Hitching Tie
Sprains. Bruises. Burns. Cuts. Sunstroke. Drowning
Sprains And Bruises
Fireman's Lift
Cuts
When An Artery Is Cut
The Tourniquet
Emergency Stretchers
Burns And Scalds
Heat Prostration And Sunstroke
Cinder Or Foreign Substance In The Eye
Fainting
Drowning--shafer Method
After Respiration Begins
Nosebleed
Active Sports And Games.
Obstacle Races
Medals
Blindfold Obstacle Walk
Hunting The Quail
Trotting-horse
Wood Tennis
Around The Camp-fire
Songs
Bird-call Match
Vary The Game
Lighting The Fire Without A Match
Bow-and-drill Method
Tinder
Without The Bow
The Plough
Bamboo Fire-saw
Happy And Sane Sunday
Observation Game
The Dead-fall
The Gun Trap
The Bow Trap
The Down-fall
The Bear Trap
The Pit-fall
The Log Coop Trap
The Net Trap
Snares Or Moose Traps
Quail Snare
Hoop Nooses
The Twitch-up
The Poacher's' Snare
The Portable Snare
The Simplest Snare
The Quail Snare
The Box Snare
The Double Box Snare
The Old-fashioned Springle
The Improved Springle
The Figure Four Ground Snare
The Platform Snare
The Sieve Trap
The Brick Trap
The Coop Trap
The Bat Fowling Net
The Clap Net
The Bird Whistle
The Wild Goose Trap
The Trap Cage
The Spring Net Trap
A Simpler Net Trap
The Upright Net Trap
The Box Owl Trap
The Box Bird Trap
The Pendent Box Trap
The Hawk Trap
The Wild Duck Net
The Hook Trap
The Fool's Cap Trap
Bird Lime
The Humming Bird Trap
The Common Box Trap
Another Box Trap
The Figure Four Trap
The Double Ender
The Self Setting Trap
The Dead-fall
The Garrote
The Bow Trap
The Mole Trap
A Fish Trap
The Barrel Trap
The Box Dead-fall
The Board-flap
The Box Pit-fall
Cage Trap
The Jar Trap
Bowl Traps
Fly Paper
Fly Trap
Requisites Of A Good Steel Trap
Hints On Baiting The Steel Trap
The Spring Pole
The Sliding Pole
The Clog
The Grappling Iron
The Season For Trapping
The Art Of Trapping
Medicines Or Scent Baits
Castoreum
Castoreum Composition
Musk
Assafoetida
Oil Of Rhodium
Fish Oil
Oil Of Skunk
Oil Of Amber
Oil Of Anise
Sweet Fennel
Cummin
Fenugreek
Lavender
Compound
The Trail
How To Trap
The Fox
The Wolf
The Puma
The Canadian Lynx
The Wild Cat
The Bear
The Raccoon
The Badger
The Beaver
The Muskrat
The Otter
The Mink
The Pine Marten
The Fisher
The Skunk
The Wolverine
The Opossum
The Rabbit
The Wood-chuck
The Gopher
The Mole
Squirrels
The Deer
The Moose
Rocky Mountain Sheep
The Buffalo
The Prong Horn Antelope
Shooting And Poisoning
Plan Of Campaign
Food And Cooking Utensils
The Trapper's Shelter
Bark Shanty
Tents
Beds And Bedding
Tent Carpeting
Insect Ointments
Boat Building
Dug-out Or Log Canoe
The Indian Or Birch-bark Canoe
A Light Home-made Boat
The Scow
Snow-shoes
The Toboggan Or Indian Sledge
Curing Skins
Stretchers
The Hoop Stretcher
Tanning Skins
To Tan Mink And Muskrat Skins
How To Tan The Skins Of Beaver Otter Raccoon And Marten
Observations On The History Of Furs And The Fur Trade
Market Value Of Fur Skins
American Fur Skins--their Uses At Home And Abroad