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Issue #1

October/November, 1989

This issue is Sold Out.
Most articles are included in our print anthology
Best of the First Two Years of Backwoods Home Magazine
Click on General Store to the left.
Click on items listed in red to read them.


Cover 1
  • Note from the publisher

  • A Little Knowledge and Sweat Can Build a Home for Under $10,000

  • Wood as a Heating Fuel — Hardwoods are the best but pine has its place

  • Solar Cells Grow in Popularity as Home Electricity Source

  • Tony Lamb, Inventor of the Solar Cell

  • The Facts of Life

  • The Old Days — A telephone for Vailsburg

  • A Woman Alone making a Life in the Backwoods

  • Become Self-sufficient with Vegetable Beds

  • The Beaver Pond

  • Backwoods Home Recipes

  • "The Perfect Defense" — a short story

  • A Country Photo

  • The Dos and Don'ts of Buying Backwoods Property

  • Getting the Most Out of Your Water

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