Camp Cookery: A Cookery and Equipment Handbook for Boy Scouts and Other Campers
J. K. Gill Company, 1918 - Camping - 108 pages
This guide teaches the scout or camper about food and its relation to the efficiency and comfort to the human body. Included are what campers should carry and how to prepare camp food.
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