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Bushcraft 101 : a field guide to the art of wilderness survival, Dave Canterbury

Label
Bushcraft 101 : a field guide to the art of wilderness survival
Title
Bushcraft 101
Title remainder
a field guide to the art of wilderness survival
Statement of responsibility
Dave Canterbury
Title variation
  • Bush craft 101
  • Bushcraft one oh one
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Offers survival skills on using the surrounding wilderness as a useful resource, including how to manufacture needed tools, how to collect and cook food, and how to guard against the elements
Cataloging source
DLC
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Canterbury, Dave
Dewey number
613.6/9
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
handbooks
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Wilderness survival
  • Outdoor life
  • Outdoor recreation
  • Camping
  • Camping
Target audience
adult
Label
Bushcraft 101 : a field guide to the art of wilderness survival, Dave Canterbury
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Packs: An Overview
  • 89
  • Pot Hanging
  • 90
  • Skillets
  • 92
  • Meat Rotisserie
  • 93
  • Planks
  • 94
  • Tools for Food Handling
  • 21
  • 94
  • Cooking Irons
  • 96
  • Stoves and Burners
  • 97
  • Tips and Tricks for Cooking in the Field
  • 100
  • Chapter 5
  • Coverage
  • 101
  • Carrying Your Wool Blankets
  • Tarps and Tarp Tents
  • 102
  • Polypropylene and Silnylon
  • 102
  • Canvas
  • 103
  • Oilcloth
  • 105
  • Ground Pads
  • 106
  • 21
  • Browse Bags
  • 106
  • Emergency Thermal Blankets
  • 107
  • Hammocks
  • 107
  • Sleeping Bags
  • 108
  • Wool Blankets
  • 110
  • Rucksacks
  • Natural Shelters
  • 111
  • Tips and Tricks for Smarter Coverage
  • 115
  • Chapter 6
  • Combustion
  • 117
  • Lighters
  • 118
  • Ferrocerium Rods
  • 23
  • 119
  • Magnification Lens (Sun Glass)
  • 120
  • Knife/Axe Blades
  • 120
  • Friction Fire (Sticks)
  • 121
  • Charring Tins
  • 124
  • Tips and Tricks for Safe, Successful Fires
  • Pack Frames
  • 125
  • Part 2
  • In the Bush
  • 127
  • Chapter 7
  • Setting up Camp
  • 129
  • Four Ws
  • 130
  • Camp Hygiene
  • 24
  • 132
  • Tarps and Tarp Setup
  • 134
  • Firecraft
  • 137
  • Starting Materials
  • 138
  • Fire Lays
  • 144
  • Long Fires
  • Pack Baskets
  • 146
  • Dakota Fire Pits
  • 147
  • Keyhole Fires
  • 148
  • Tips and Tricks for Your Camp
  • 149
  • Chapter 8
  • Navigating Terrain
  • 151
  • 26
  • Compasses
  • 151
  • Basic Compass Use
  • 153
  • Understanding Terrain Features and Maps
  • 155
  • Orienting the Map
  • 157
  • Measuring Distance and Taking Bearings
  • 159
  • Part 1
  • Tumplines
  • Five Navigation Methods Every Woodsman Should Know
  • 159
  • Reverse or Back Azimuths
  • 160
  • Determining Distance When Traveling
  • 160
  • Finding Yourself (Self Mapping)
  • 161
  • Obstacles
  • 163
  • 28
  • PAUL (Positive Azimuth Uniform Layout) Method
  • 165
  • Figuring Daylight Hours
  • 166
  • Tips and Tricks for Successful Navigation
  • 166
  • Chapter 9
  • Trees: The Four-Season Resource
  • 169
  • Pines
  • Haversacks
  • 169
  • Willows and Poplars
  • 172
  • Black Walnut
  • 173
  • Sassafras
  • 174
  • Oaks
  • 174
  • Tips and Tricks for Making Use of Trees
  • 28
  • 175
  • Chapter 10
  • Trapping and Processing Game
  • 177
  • Understanding Trap Components
  • 178
  • Creating Sign Posts
  • 179
  • Bait for Trapping
  • 180
  • Personal Carry Kit for the Traveler Afoot
  • Modern Traps
  • 180
  • Improvised Trapping Materials
  • 183
  • Basics of Upland Trapping
  • 183
  • Baiting Traps
  • 189
  • Water Trapping
  • 194
  • 29
  • Specialty Sets
  • 196
  • Primitive Trapping
  • 197
  • Deadfall Traps
  • 199
  • Bird Traps
  • 199
  • Small Trapping Kits
  • 200
  • Tips and Tricks for Your Pack
  • Fishing with Improvised Rods and Tenkara
  • 200
  • Processing Small Game
  • 202
  • Processing Other Game
  • 203
  • Preserving Meat
  • 205
  • Tips and Tricks for Successful Trapping
  • 207
  • 31
  • Conclusion
  • 209
  • Chapter 2
  • Tools
  • Gearing up
  • 33
  • Knives
  • 34
  • Knife Safety/Safe Grips
  • 38
  • Batoning
  • 40
  • Notches
  • 41
  • Shear Cuts
  • 17
  • 43
  • Knife Care
  • 46
  • Saws
  • 50
  • Saw Safety
  • 53
  • Saw Care
  • 53
  • Axes
  • Chapter 1
  • 55
  • Grinds
  • 57
  • Safe Handling and Use
  • 58
  • Splitting Firewood
  • 59
  • Processing Firewood
  • 60
  • Felling
  • Your Pack
  • 61
  • Limbing
  • 63
  • Bucking and Notching
  • 64
  • Batoning the Axe
  • 64
  • Axe Care and Sharpening
  • 65
  • Always Carry Wedges
  • 19
  • 66
  • Tips and Tricks for Your Tools
  • 67
  • Chapter 3
  • Rope, Cordage, Webbings, and Knots
  • 69
  • Cords
  • 70
  • Rope
  • 71
  • Five Cs
  • Webbing
  • 71
  • Mule Tape
  • 71
  • Making Natural Cordage
  • 72
  • Basic and Useful Camp Knots
  • 74
  • Lashings, Bindings, and Toggles
  • 82
  • 19
  • Tips and Tricks for Rope and Cordage
  • 84
  • Chapter 4
  • Containers and Cooking Tools
  • 85
  • Water Bottles/Canteens
  • 86
  • Cups
  • 87
  • Pots
Control code
ocn881387347
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
256 pages
Isbn
9781440579776
Lccn
2014012976
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
613.69 C167 ; XX-N ; [P17BP819, #5, 4@16.99, es/RT ]
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 881387347
  • (OCoLC)881387347
Label
Bushcraft 101 : a field guide to the art of wilderness survival, Dave Canterbury
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Packs: An Overview
  • 89
  • Pot Hanging
  • 90
  • Skillets
  • 92
  • Meat Rotisserie
  • 93
  • Planks
  • 94
  • Tools for Food Handling
  • 21
  • 94
  • Cooking Irons
  • 96
  • Stoves and Burners
  • 97
  • Tips and Tricks for Cooking in the Field
  • 100
  • Chapter 5
  • Coverage
  • 101
  • Carrying Your Wool Blankets
  • Tarps and Tarp Tents
  • 102
  • Polypropylene and Silnylon
  • 102
  • Canvas
  • 103
  • Oilcloth
  • 105
  • Ground Pads
  • 106
  • 21
  • Browse Bags
  • 106
  • Emergency Thermal Blankets
  • 107
  • Hammocks
  • 107
  • Sleeping Bags
  • 108
  • Wool Blankets
  • 110
  • Rucksacks
  • Natural Shelters
  • 111
  • Tips and Tricks for Smarter Coverage
  • 115
  • Chapter 6
  • Combustion
  • 117
  • Lighters
  • 118
  • Ferrocerium Rods
  • 23
  • 119
  • Magnification Lens (Sun Glass)
  • 120
  • Knife/Axe Blades
  • 120
  • Friction Fire (Sticks)
  • 121
  • Charring Tins
  • 124
  • Tips and Tricks for Safe, Successful Fires
  • Pack Frames
  • 125
  • Part 2
  • In the Bush
  • 127
  • Chapter 7
  • Setting up Camp
  • 129
  • Four Ws
  • 130
  • Camp Hygiene
  • 24
  • 132
  • Tarps and Tarp Setup
  • 134
  • Firecraft
  • 137
  • Starting Materials
  • 138
  • Fire Lays
  • 144
  • Long Fires
  • Pack Baskets
  • 146
  • Dakota Fire Pits
  • 147
  • Keyhole Fires
  • 148
  • Tips and Tricks for Your Camp
  • 149
  • Chapter 8
  • Navigating Terrain
  • 151
  • 26
  • Compasses
  • 151
  • Basic Compass Use
  • 153
  • Understanding Terrain Features and Maps
  • 155
  • Orienting the Map
  • 157
  • Measuring Distance and Taking Bearings
  • 159
  • Part 1
  • Tumplines
  • Five Navigation Methods Every Woodsman Should Know
  • 159
  • Reverse or Back Azimuths
  • 160
  • Determining Distance When Traveling
  • 160
  • Finding Yourself (Self Mapping)
  • 161
  • Obstacles
  • 163
  • 28
  • PAUL (Positive Azimuth Uniform Layout) Method
  • 165
  • Figuring Daylight Hours
  • 166
  • Tips and Tricks for Successful Navigation
  • 166
  • Chapter 9
  • Trees: The Four-Season Resource
  • 169
  • Pines
  • Haversacks
  • 169
  • Willows and Poplars
  • 172
  • Black Walnut
  • 173
  • Sassafras
  • 174
  • Oaks
  • 174
  • Tips and Tricks for Making Use of Trees
  • 28
  • 175
  • Chapter 10
  • Trapping and Processing Game
  • 177
  • Understanding Trap Components
  • 178
  • Creating Sign Posts
  • 179
  • Bait for Trapping
  • 180
  • Personal Carry Kit for the Traveler Afoot
  • Modern Traps
  • 180
  • Improvised Trapping Materials
  • 183
  • Basics of Upland Trapping
  • 183
  • Baiting Traps
  • 189
  • Water Trapping
  • 194
  • 29
  • Specialty Sets
  • 196
  • Primitive Trapping
  • 197
  • Deadfall Traps
  • 199
  • Bird Traps
  • 199
  • Small Trapping Kits
  • 200
  • Tips and Tricks for Your Pack
  • Fishing with Improvised Rods and Tenkara
  • 200
  • Processing Small Game
  • 202
  • Processing Other Game
  • 203
  • Preserving Meat
  • 205
  • Tips and Tricks for Successful Trapping
  • 207
  • 31
  • Conclusion
  • 209
  • Chapter 2
  • Tools
  • Gearing up
  • 33
  • Knives
  • 34
  • Knife Safety/Safe Grips
  • 38
  • Batoning
  • 40
  • Notches
  • 41
  • Shear Cuts
  • 17
  • 43
  • Knife Care
  • 46
  • Saws
  • 50
  • Saw Safety
  • 53
  • Saw Care
  • 53
  • Axes
  • Chapter 1
  • 55
  • Grinds
  • 57
  • Safe Handling and Use
  • 58
  • Splitting Firewood
  • 59
  • Processing Firewood
  • 60
  • Felling
  • Your Pack
  • 61
  • Limbing
  • 63
  • Bucking and Notching
  • 64
  • Batoning the Axe
  • 64
  • Axe Care and Sharpening
  • 65
  • Always Carry Wedges
  • 19
  • 66
  • Tips and Tricks for Your Tools
  • 67
  • Chapter 3
  • Rope, Cordage, Webbings, and Knots
  • 69
  • Cords
  • 70
  • Rope
  • 71
  • Five Cs
  • Webbing
  • 71
  • Mule Tape
  • 71
  • Making Natural Cordage
  • 72
  • Basic and Useful Camp Knots
  • 74
  • Lashings, Bindings, and Toggles
  • 82
  • 19
  • Tips and Tricks for Rope and Cordage
  • 84
  • Chapter 4
  • Containers and Cooking Tools
  • 85
  • Water Bottles/Canteens
  • 86
  • Cups
  • 87
  • Pots
Control code
ocn881387347
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
256 pages
Isbn
9781440579776
Lccn
2014012976
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
613.69 C167 ; XX-N ; [P17BP819, #5, 4@16.99, es/RT ]
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 881387347
  • (OCoLC)881387347

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