-Honoring Woodslore by David Wescott -Primitive Technology Papers -Going Wild: Organizing a Primitive Living Experiment by Alice Tulloch -Hearth and Home: An Experiment in Getting Close to our Roots by Keith Badger -Putting the Wood in Woodcraft by Scott Jones -Examining the “Combustion Point as it Relates to Fire by Friction” by Al Cornell -The Miracle of Fire-by-Friction, Revisited by Dick Baugh -Wild Smoke by Steve Adams -Bow Drill Cordage by Tom Wax -Tracking as Inscribed Woods Lore by Keith Badger -Rocks in the Fire by Scott Jones -Using the Soft Hammerstone: The Tool of the West by Greg Nunn -Sculpting Soft Stone: Stone Age Incision, Abrasion, and Drilling Techniques by Storm -Southwest Style Primitive Pottery Workshop Photo Essay by Estabon -Lost in the Woods by Steve Adams -Blazes and Signs by Ernest Thompson Seton -Solar Navigation by Rob Bicevskis -Improvised Blowguns and Darts by Douglas Meyer and more.
Bulletin #34 - Primitive Woodslore
Cover by David Wescott, ID. - Paying homage to the master's tools - the axe and knife. Ground stone axe by Larry Kinsella (IL) and an obsidian knife by Ron Macy (OR). Even stone tools were advantages that primitive man used to wrest a living from the wilds. Woodslore, and an understanding of its associated tools is an essential foundation to all primitive technology.