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Recommended Books and your Survival Library

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by zeezee, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. zeezee

    zeezee nowheresville Member

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    SICARIO Oregon City Active Member

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  3. Silver Fox

    Silver Fox Puyallup, WA Well-Known Member

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    This thread should be a sticky and all recommended books on this subject should be posted.

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    idaho Eastern Washington. I work and play in Idaho. Member

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    "The World Ends in Hickory Hollow", (didnt see it on either list), too short for how much I enjoyed it. By short, I mean just a tad over 160 pages. Too bad, its really pretty good.

    Also, I have taken to reading dust bowl/great depression stories. Memoirs and fiction of people who lived through it. Kind of surprising the things you learn about survival when a person see's it as just living in a hard time.
    "The Worst Hard Time", Timothy Egan (nonfiction) is my favorite.
    "Hard Times", Studs Terkel (nonfiction)
     
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    OPAWY NorthCentral Wyoming Member

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    I've been reading books on the history of the settling of the Rocky Mountains. Amazing what you can learn from those books.
     
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    Westfalia The North Member

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