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Book , Online - Google Books. Edwards, Ron, Skills of the Australian bushman 3. Making do in the bush 4. Using what is available 5. Developing your skills 6. Old ideas for use today 7. Preserving old secrets 8. Bush leatherwork 9. How to make whips Living in the bush. Includes Indexes. Handicraft -- Australia -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Country life -- Australia -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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By Northmount , January 5, in Braiding. Lots of info on lace cutting, plaiting, making pouches, bags, belts, etc. Hope you enjoy looking through it. This is an excellent book, part 8 of Ron Edwards' equally excellent Bushcraft series. They are based upon the experiences of Aussie stockmen, squatters, swaggies and bushies from the days when most stations and wagons were held together with rawhide, fence wire and ingenuity. The first two also published under the titles Australian Bushcrafts and Skills of the Australian Bushmen are much more redilly available than the other 8 in the series and contain a wealth of knowledge and tips on homesteading, farming, prospecting, camping and leatherwork. If you're lucky you can often pick the first two up for a few dollars.
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Bush carpentry is an expression used in Australia and New Zealand that refers to improvised methods of building or repair, using available materials and an ad hoc design, usually in a pioneering or rural context. The phrase 'bush carpentry' is a familiar Australian usage, but finding an exact description of its practice is rare. The Macquarie Dictionary for example, defines a bush carpenter as a rough amateur carpenter ,  and G. Wilkes says he is a rough and ready carpenter.
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National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Edwards, Ron. Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card. To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. You can view this on the NLA website. Login Register.