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New book on flint and steel fire lighting and early 18th cen

 
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 6:50 pm    Post subject: New book on flint and steel fire lighting and early 18th cen Reply with quote

New Book with new information. Primitive Fire Lighting-Flint and Steel by Keith H. Burgess. New info on plant tinders and preparation, wet weather fire lighting, reading glass fire lighting. Also early 18th century woven and beaded sashes, Correct style. Book and sashes available on Blog:http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com or email:historicaltrekker@gmail.com.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2007 2:43 am    Post subject: Authenticity standards. Reply with quote

If you historical trekkers want to improve on your authenticity, then you need to buy this book, regards, Le Loup.

Dear Sir/Madam,
This is to inform you that my new book is now available, Primitive Fire Lighting-Flint and Steel. By Keith H. Burgess. This book was written for living historians and historical trekkers in Australia. There is information in this book that I have not as yet seen published in the USA. Plant tinders, preparation, wet weather fire lighting, emergency fire lighting methods, reading glass fire lighting, and more. If you are serious about authenticity, then you should get this book, it will improve on your fire lighting skills in general and especially with flint and steel, and it will add to your knowledge. The cost is $11 Aust plus $2 P&P Aust, and $5 overseas. Please post this information in your next newsletter. You can view the book index and purchase details on my blog: http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com Email: historicaltrekker@gmail.com
Mail: Keith H. Burgess, Wychwood Forest, MSF 2007, Armidale NSW 2350.
Regards to all, Keith H. Burgess. New England Colonial Living History Group. Please post this information in your next newsletter.
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