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Issue #11

September/October, 1991

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 11

Note from the publisher


   Rush Limbaugh — champion of "the Right"

Just for kids:
   Kid's Funny Drawing Contest

Product reviews

   21 Pastabilities

Original poems:
   John Silveira
   Cathleen Thomsen
   Larry Cuthbert

Magazine/Book Reviews
   Back to Basics
   More-With-Less Cookbook
   Rodale's Garden Problem Solver
   The Antique Tool Collector's Guide to Value
   Vanishing American Outhouse
   The Voluntyrist
   The Homebuilt Dynamo
   Home Sweet Home



  • Save a bundle of money by building your home yourself
  • Wood-Mizer to the rescue

Alternative energy

  • A solution to the problem of transmitting solar electricity long distance
  • Armech solar suspends operations

Electric vehicles

  • Electric cars of the 1990's — small companies lead the way, but the "big three" have entered the race

Country living

  • As a versatile country tool the shotgun is hard to beat
  • Finding Mr. (or Mrs) Right when you're in the backwoods
  • Nursing: perfect country career
  • Rodents and raptors — a natural balance
  • A kestral in the coop
  • The old time spring house

Self sufficiency/Money

  • A baker's doen of uncommon uses for common substances
  • Getting into desk-top publishing without blowing your budget
  • How to draw up a contract without having to pay a lawyer


  • Everything you ever wanted to know about chickens! Part I
  • Great Pyrenees — a one-of-a-kind guardian of stock
  • Growing trees can pay off with some big dividends but it takes careful planning, planting and hard work
  • Fall in the herb garden


  • Country living health hints for children
  • Make your own safe baking powder

Old days

  • A walk down Memeory Lane through the amazing World Series of the past
  • Old tin cans tell the real story of how pioneers tamed the West
  • How to make your own stereo cards

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