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Primitive Technology: A Book of Earth Skills

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Living in modern society, we have become increasingly disassociated from the earth, from the essence of ourselves, and the need is awakened in us to return to the wilderness–physically and emotionally. We long to feel a sense of connection with our ancient roots. This urge is what has prompted man’s fascination with primitive skills: producing objects from natural materials using methods similar to prehistoric cultures.
Primitive Technology: A Book of Earth Skills is a sharing of ideas–the philosophies, the history, and the personal stories by the authorities on primitive technology from teh pages of The Bulletin of Primitive Technology.
Included are instructions for creating fire and tools of wood, stone, and bone, as well as fiber adhesives, projectiles, art, and music. Practicing these primitive methods will lead the seeker towards a tangible, raw connection with the ancient past, with nature’s resources and, ultimately, with the creative forces that constructed the foundation of man’s survival on the planet.

Binding

Paperback

Brand

Brand: Gibbs Smith

Creator

David Wescott, Editor

EAN

9780879059118

EAN List

9780879059118

Edition

10

ISBN

0879059117

Is Eligible For Trade In

1

Item Dimensions

64, hundredths-inches, 1109, hundredths-inches, 717.32, grams, 859, hundredths-inches

Label

Gibbs Smith

Languages

English, Unknown, English, Original Language, English, Published

Manufacturer

Gibbs Smith

Manufacturer Minimum Age

252, months

Number Of Items

1

Number Of Pages

232

Package Dimensions

80, hundredths-inches, 1090, hundredths-inches, 160, hundredths-pounds, 840, hundredths-inches

Product Group

Book

Product Type Name

ABIS_BOOK

Publication Date

2001-03-26

Publisher

Gibbs Smith

Studio

Gibbs Smith

Trade In Value

259, USD, $2.59

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