Exploring the Outdoors with Indian Secrets (Google eBook)

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Stackpole Books, Jul 1, 1982 - Social Science - 223 pages
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Describes how the Indians set traps, hunt with bows and arrows, follow tracks, conceal themselves, and anticipate the behavior of animals
  

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Exploring The Outdoors with Indian Secrets

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I purchased this book for a friend and was greatly disappointed. The title implies that the book contains "Indian Secrets," which, to me, would include secrets of the medicine of the various birds and ... Read full review

Contents

PRIMITIVE METHODS AND THE MODERN OUTDOORSMAN
13
GAMECATCHING WITH TRAPS AND SNARES
21
INDIAN WAYS TO BOWHUNTING SKILLS
45
OUTGUESSING THE WILY DEER
65
READING TRACKS AND FORESEEING ANIMAL MOVES
89
THE ART OF BECOMING INVISIBLE
113
OUTWITTING SMALL GAME
131
INDIAN TRICKS FOR TAKING PREDATORS
159
GETTING CLOSE TO BIG GAME
183
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About the author (1982)

Allan A. MacFarlan was a respected naturalist and expert on Native Americanlife. He was devoted to recreational instruction and brought the world informationabout Native Americans for over twenty years.

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