Gene Logsdon's Practical Skills: A Revival of Forgotten


Gene Logsdon's Practical Skills: A Revival of Forgotten Crafts, Techniques, and Traditions ❮BOOKS❯ ✺ Gene Logsdon's Practical Skills: A Revival of Forgotten Crafts, Techniques, and Traditions ✰ Author Gene Logsdon – Thomashillier.co.uk The mundane and practical knowledge that keeps the world running is the topic of this book Given a little knowledge and a little experience can make jobs of creating and maintaining a household and sm The mundane and practical knowledge Practical Skills: PDF ↠ that keeps the world running is the topic of this book Given a little knowledge and a little experience can make jobs of creating and Gene Logsdon's PDF or maintaining a household and small farm very satisfactory Logsdon gives detailed directions for carrying out many jobs around the house and farm providing many illustrations Contents Part I Home Improvement The Logsdon's Practical Skills: PDF Î Home Workshop Maintaining and R repairing Home Comfort and Wood Stoves Part II Home Productivity Making and Making Do everyday household items Food Preparation from farm animals Part III In the Logsdon's Practical Skills: A Revival PDF \ Yard and Garden Things to Build and Maintain from Septic Tanks to Walls and Fences and Barbeues Garden Skills Part IV Around the Barn Construction of Coops pigpens corncribs and barns Livestock Fences gates milking raising and training livestock Part V On the Land In the Fields Pastures and Crops Woodlot Management.

  • Hardcover
  • 460 pages
  • Gene Logsdon's Practical Skills: A Revival of Forgotten Crafts, Techniques, and Traditions
  • Gene Logsdon
  • English
  • 19 March 2016
  • 9780878575770

10 thoughts on “Gene Logsdon's Practical Skills: A Revival of Forgotten Crafts, Techniques, and Traditions

  1. Ailsa Ek Ailsa Ek says:

    This is an excellent excellent book Want to know how to put in a cistern? He tells you? Want to dig a privy? He explains it It's big and heavy and looks like a textbook and once I get on my land I'm sure I'll be referring to it often

  2. Shannan Shannan says:

    A solid read This is a non fiction reference book one that I hope I get to use over and over again Imagine your grandparents imparting to you all the things they used to do back in their day and this is that book Things like now a wood stove heats a home homestead building gardening farming There is SO MUCH information on everything and since there is so much he doesn't go into fine detail You have to figure out the little points along the way My favorite tip i learned scrub your clothes with a good 'ol washboard i bought one and our family's dirty socks have never been cleaner Many awesome tips and tidbits Ultimately such a gem of a book

  3. Rose Rose says:

    A valuable source of self sufficiency even though it is outdated I appreciate the level of detail given to the different projects and instructions I borrowed this book from my local library

  4. Melissa Melissa says:

    I'm pretty sure this is one of his that I read from the library back in '99 I've been meaning to add his books to my personal library but I've been to broke

  5. Cranberry Forrest Cranberry Forrest says:

    Not Owned Yet

  6. Anita Anita says:

    A compendium of lost knowledge

  7. Shawn Shawn says:

    Excellent compendium of basic skills that are often not learned or in fairness used in the modern developed world

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