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Wild-wood Remedies or SimplesContinued page
Wound Wash, (see Antiseptic)
318
Indian Bath or Sweat Lodge
318
Latrine
319
The Keen Eyes of the Indian
319
Near-sightedness
319
The Remedy
319
Dry Socks
320
Shut Your Mouth and Save Your Life
320
Don't Turn out Your Toes Much
321
Tobacco
321
Sex Matters
323
Starvation Foods in the Northern Woods
324
Rabbits
325
Mice
327
Ants
327
Insect Borers
327
Rawhide and Leather
327
Bark and Buds
328
Toadstools
328
Lichens
329
Iceland Moss
329
Reindeer Moss
330
Rock Tripe
331
Drinks: Labrador Tea
333
XIII. Natural History
Our Common Birds, or Forty Birds that Every Boy Should Know
334
How to Stuff a Bird
352
Making a Skin
353
Mounting the Bird
359
Owl-stuffing Plate
363
Stuffing an Animal
363
Preserving Small Mammal Skins
365
Directions for Measurement
365
Directions for the Preparation of Skins
367
Trapping Animals
369
The Secrets of the Trail
369
Trailing
370
Hard to Photograph Tracks
370

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