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Very Good. 6" x 9" 311 Pages with index of The People. Half-title pages has inked two-line gift inscription with 1980 date, very minor concave spine with light wear. Flawless interior text pages. Eliot Wigginton, who started Foxfire magazine with his ninth-and tenth-grade English classes in 1966, still teaches high school in the Appalachian Mountains of north Georgia and, with his students, guides the activities of The Foxfire Fund, Inc. His students have now expanded their efforts to include not only the production of the Foxfire magazine and books, but also the creation of television shows for their community cable-TV station, a series of record albums of traditional music, and a furniture-making business. Eliot Wigginton is also the editor of I Wish I Could Give My Son a Wild Raccoon.
This book covers iron making, blacksmithing, flintlock firearms, and bear hunting. Two things that really stick out are the recipe for do it yourself black powder and details on how to construct a live bear trap.
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