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Homemade Pine Needle Cough Syrup For Powerful Cough Relief! - What if you were to discover one of the most potent cough suppressant and anti-inflammatory compounds is found in your backyard?

Homemade Pine Needle Cough Syrup | SHTFPreparedness

Homemade Pine Needle Cough Syrup For Powerful Cough Relief! - What if you were to discover one of the most potent cough suppressant and anti-inflammatory compounds is found in your backyard?

Flintlock "Hand Mortar" Gun, 1740 Steel, brass, iron, walnut

Flintlock "Hand Mortar" Gun, 1740 Steel, brass, iron, walnut

Small game snare traps squirrel, rabbit and opossum!

How to Trap

How to set up a Trap My dream, you may already know (if not read more about me ) is traveling around the world. I want to be able to surv...

How To Make A Toothbrush In The Field - To make a twig toothbrush, simply cut a green twig about the diameter of a pencil and just as long. Pound the end of the twig with a clean, smooth rock. Then chew this end for a minute to moisten and soften the bristles; and finally, brush away.

How To Make A Toothbrush In The Field | SHTFPreparedness

How To Make A Toothbrush In The Field - To make a twig toothbrush, simply cut a green twig about the diameter of a pencil and just as long. Pound the end of the twig with a clean, smooth rock. Then chew this end for a minute to moisten and soften the bristles; and finally, brush away.

We Have Come To Trade — Paramount Press

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Wigwam construction

Wigwams - Basic Wigwam Construction

Native American Technology & Art: a topically organized educational web site emphasizing the Eastern Woodlands region, organized into categories of Beadwork, Birds & Feathers, Clay & Pottery, Leather & Clothes, Metalwork, Plants & Trees, Porcupine Quills, Stonework & Tools, Weaving & Cordage, Games & Toys and Food & Recipes. Find simple instructional information about how these materials are used by Natives, and detailed background on the history and development of these kinds of Native…

3 Simple ‘Survival Breads’ The Pioneers Made Without An Oven

3 ‘Survival Breads’ The Pioneers Made Without An Oven - Off The Grid News

Baking bread usually requires an oven. But what do you do when you’re a pioneer living in the 1800s — and you don’t have an oven? Simple. You use a frying pan, or twist the dough around a stick or make a version of cornbread on the metal side of a hoe or large ...

trade points | Simple trade arrowheads - based on a string of 25 found up in Maine. I ...

Trade arrowheads

Simple trade arrowheads - based on a string of 25 found up in Maine. I cut/filed/ground these out of a wooden whiskey barrel band. The remains of the last quench tub.

Antique French clasp knives, trade silver ornaments, shell wampum beads. Fur trade. Native American. Great Lakes.

Antique French clasp knives, trade silver ornaments, shell wampum beads. Fur trade. Native American. Great Lakes.

Tentsmiths Pathfinder Scout Tarp

Tentsmiths Pathfinder Scout Tarp

antique chevron beads | ANTIQUE TRADE BEADS 25 blue Venetian striped chevron beads

antique chevron beads | ANTIQUE TRADE BEADS 25 blue Venetian striped chevron beads

The museum, standing on the site of James Bordeaux’s trading post established for the American Fur Company in 1837, began as a plan—then only a dream—in the minds of its founders. Description from furtrade.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

About Us American History Museum of the Fur Trade

Learn more about us and how Museum of the Fur Trade has become a comprehensive source for early American history and information about the fur trade.

Waistcoat 18th century American Note: looks like unlined wool

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A Wanagan. It's a wood box taken on canoe trips that stores the food, and crushables. Used one all through camp on our long trips and built our own for family trips after. Unlike the fabric pack this stuffed under the canoe is racoon proof, hung from a tree by a rope is bear proof. But most important it's water tight, doesn't crush breads or buns, doesn't change shape, and gives a flat smooth cleanable surface to cut and prep dinner in the bush!

Wanna Make A Wanigan?

I have to confess that when I started working here at The Canadian Canoe Museum I didn’t know what a wanigan was. For the small percentage of hard-core canoe trippers (and the large percenta…