Living Off the Land in Space

Green Roads to the Cosmos

Author: C Bangs

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Science

Page: 247

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This book presents a visionary concept for future development of space travel. It describes the enabling technology for future propulsion concepts and demonstrates how mankind will ‘live off the land in space’ in migration from Earth. For the next few millennia at least (barring breakthroughs), the human frontier will include the solar system and the nearest stars. Will it be better to settle the Moon, Mars, or a nearby asteroid and what environments can we expect to find in the vicinity of nearby stars? These are questions that need to be answered if mankind is to migrate into space.

Living Off the Land

Country People 1850-1950

Author: Frances Mountford



Category: History

Page: 160

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Walking through the countryside before the end of the Second World War, one could hardly fail to see people working in the fields, often with horses. But huge changes were around the corner and a way of country life that had lasted centuries faded away. Luckily, the camera had come into popular use by the 1860s and this book contains many fascinating photographs of rural workers. Village blacksmiths, ploughmen, hop-pickers, tramps, rat-catchers, working children, game-keepers and many others -- they are all celebrated and explained here by Frances Mountford's wonderful illustrations, anecdotes and photographs. The jigsaw of all those who made up country life are pieced together in this fascinating "scrap-book"-style, highly informative book.

Living Off the Land

Author: Chris McNab

Publisher: Lyons Press


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 192

View: 243

Provides information and tips on survival, including making tools, catching fish, finding water, and making a fire without the use of matches.

Living Off the Land

Author: Richard P. Emanuel



Category: Nature

Page: 96

View: 867

Alaska Geographic is an award-winning series that presents the people, places, and wonders of Alaska to the world. Over the past 30 years, Alaska Geographic has earned its reputation as the publication for those who love Alaska. The series boasts more than 100 books to date, featuring communities from Barrow to Ketchikan, animals from bears to dinosaurs, history from the Russian explorers to today, and natural phenomena from the aurora to glaciers. Written by leading experts in their fields, these books are illustrated throughout with world-class photography and include colorful maps for reference.

Living Off the Land

A Manual of Bushcraft Compiled from Articles Contributed to Salt , the Army Education Journal - 1944

Author: Australian Army Education Service

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 176

View: 130

Written in 1944. This book may save a soldier's life. It may even save your own. "Living Off The Land" is a practical guide to bushcraft, written by bushmen -- by men who have learned the things they tell you in the stern school of experience. "Living Off The Land" does what the title indicates. It tells you what to do if you get "bushed"; how to find food and water where the quest looks hopeless; how to guard your health; how to avoid dangers and extreme hardship. It is full of fascinating facts and out-of-the-way knowledge. "Living Off The Land" has been made available for general publication by the Army Education authorities, who produce "Salt," the Army Journal.

Living Off the Land

Author: Dale McMillan

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 260

View: 998

McMillan blends real life experiences with imagination to weave a story of an independent backwoods "country boy" who meets a sophisticated "city girl". Follow their lives, sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, as two families try to mesh. The book is typical of East Texas Piney Woods during the early 1940s through the war years. Rex Horn meets Mary Ann Anderson on a trying journey with his science and math teacher to Detroit Michigan. Their mission is to pick up a new school bus chassis to replace that of a worn out school bus. Mary Ann and her mother are on the train, and she and Rex meet. The two young people are immediately smitten and intrigued by the other's lifestyle. Mary Ann visits Rex at his rustic, pioneer type home, nestled in a remote section of an area known as The Big Thicket in the southern part of East Texas. Mary Ann is intrigued by Rex's parents who, unlike her parents, are uneducated but respected and leaders in the Foggy Bottom Community. Martha Horn, Rex's mother and Beth Horn, his sister, are both dynamic women who teach Mary Ann life skills necessary to live off the land. Rex's encounter with a panther, while trapping in the Neches river bottom, add spice to the story and peak Mary Ann's interest. Many of the tales related in this story are true, and are written as they happened; others are embellished. The reader will have fun trying to separate facts from fiction.

Living Off the Land for Her Husband: A Mail Order Bride Romance

Author: Doreen Milstead

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Fiction


View: 288

Living Off The Land For Her Husband, is about an independent spark of a woman from London, suddenly deciding to become a mail order bride and live in the Old West. The trouble is...she has no clue how to cook, clean house, or even get along with another human being within the closeness that marriage brings; let alone learn the ‘farm to table’ philosophy that will feed them both.

Living Off the Land - A Beginner’s Guide to Being Self-sufficient

Author: Darla Noble

Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 43

View: 423

Living Off the Land - A Beginner’s Guide to Being Self-sufficient Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: It’s What You Do With What You’ve Got That Matters Proper management includes keeping your pastures in good shape. Chapter 2: Moo, Bah, Cluck And Oink Chapter 3: Eat Your Veggies Chapter 4: Fruits, Herbs And Flowers Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction There’s a little bit of pioneer spirit in all of us. We can’t help it…it’s in our blood. For some this pioneer spirit shows itself in someone’s determination to climb to the top of the corporate ladder. But for others, this pioneer spirit takes them back to their roots…literally; giving them the desire to be self-sufficient to the greatest extent possible. If you are reading this book you are most likely someone wanting to be more self-sufficient. Good for you! With the cost of food going higher and higher every week (literally) and the nearly-constant revelations of the negative effects of chemicals, processed foods and other things we ingest, it’s a shame more people aren’t willing to do more to get back to the basics of providing for themselves. Yes, it’s true you may raise a few eyebrows or be asked if you’re hooked on reruns of “Little House on the Prairie”, but that’s okay. Besides, I bet those same people will be wishing they would have been a little less critical when you’re giving away excess produce. Anyway…the purpose of this book is to give you the direction and encouragement you need to be able to be as self-sufficient as possible. So without further ado…let’s get started.