Issue #43 of Backwoods Home Magazine. January/February, 1997

Issue #43

January/February, 1997

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Cover 43

Note from the publisher

Letters

Editorial:
Start your own newspaper

Columns:

Where I live:
Nine-patch, baby and log-cabin quilts

Just for kids:
Fairies in your garden

Ayoob on firearms:
Teaching your lady to shoot

Homesteading on the electronic frontier:
Solar, wind and other independent energy information can be found on the Internet

Recipes:
Rough day? You need to sip some yeller wine
Make your own Old World culinary delights
These salads are hearty dishes

Book Reviews:
How to Build Your Own Log Cabin For Less Than $15,000
Making the Best of Basics

Original Poems:
John Earl Silveira

Contents

Independent energy

Building

Farm/Garden

  • Here’s a cabbage with class — Early Jersey Wakefield
  • You can grow gourmet strawberries from seed

Self sufficiency

Country living

  • Considering life in rural Arkansas
  • Good-bye old friend

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