Issue #36 of Backwoods Home Magazine. November/December, 1995

Issue #36

November/December, 1995

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Departments

Cover 36

Note from the publisher

Letters

Editorial:
   Self-reliance means no scapegoats

Columns:

Think of it this way:
   Steam-driven cars

Where I live:
   Founder — a hard lesson in horse care

Ayoob on firearms:
   Selecting the backwoods battery

Recipes:
   Wild turkey, goose and venison for the holidays
   Soups for winter
   Try cooking on top of your heating stove
   In search of the perfect bowl of chili
   Make butter the easy way

Just for kids:
   Some farinaceous folly

Original poem:
   John Earl Silveira

Contents

Building/Tools/Housing

  • A DIY level that actually works

Self Sufficiency

  • Don’t miss the backwoods on-ramp to the Information Super Highway
  • Build a homestead forge and fabricate your own hardware
  • Make your own Swiss army style snowshoes
  • Here are seven help hints from Homestead 77
  • Dig a poor man’s well in the country

Country living

Farm/Garden

Outdoors

  • Tanning your own hide — a sportsman’s guide

Making money

Guns and hunting

  • Two classic military rifles for the homestead

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