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G>ntents Wild-wood Remedies or Simples — Continued 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 Stiiff 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 xviii