In a way, back in the '60's some journalism students went up into the Appaachian's and interviewed the old folks (80 yr. olds). They recorded their way of life and the way they produced what they needed to live. Any tool, building, plumbing etc, that they built was copied and diagramed. There is a Musuem in Rabun County Georgia where some of the cabins were re-assembled. Very good reading and alot of info should a person be forced to hit the bush.What are foxfire books? Are they survivalist manuals?
This is true. I have 1 -5 . My Grandfather gave them to me this year. The first three are the best imo.If you can get on original printing or I think up to the third printing, it shows how to make black powder in real terms. Not some chemistry majik
However for whatever reason, that one has been dropped. I miss my foxfire collection.