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Primitive Skills Books, Websites, etc.

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ridge rover:
It can be said this man started the modern revival of the current primitive skills movement. I know TBJ may be in there somewhere, but that info is highly debateable. Regardless, this book is beyond respectable recognition.
http://www.amazon.com/Outdoor-Survival-Skills-Larry-Olsen/dp/1556523238

phuttan:

--- Quote from: ridge rover on September 04, 2010, 07:41:05 AM ---It can be said this man started the modern revival of the current primitive skills movement. I know TBJ may be in there somewhere, but that info is highly debateable. Regardless, this book is beyond respectable recognition.
http://www.amazon.com/Outdoor-Survival-Skills-Larry-Olsen/dp/1556523238

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I have some of his books also. Very good. I couldn't remember his name when I added my last post. I like to look for survival books in used stores. Sometimes you can find some real gems.

Pat

Dadio:
I'd also recommend D. C Waldorf when looking for flintknapping.  I have an old DFS tape of his that was a good primer.  Doesn't beat having someone to show you have first hand, but is pretty good to understand the basics. 

http://www.amazon.com/Art-Flint-Knapping-D-C-Waldorf/dp/B0016FZJWW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1283904836&sr=8-1

Matt.T:
The PaleoPlanet Forums - a great source of information, ideas, and discussion.

http://paleoplanet69529.yuku.com/

EcoErin:
Does anyone know of any classes or websites that are in the Michigan area? I am really interested in learning primitive skills - especially archery and I cant seem to find anything in the Michigan area.

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