4 edition of Camp Life in the Woods And the Tricks of Trapping And Trap Making found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||February 28, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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DOMESTIC LABOR RESPONSIBILITIES, FEMINIST ATTITUDES, AND JOB SATISFACTION OF STAFF NURSES (DUAL CAREER COUPLES).
It is an excellent plan to sharpen the point of the forked stick c where it comes in contact with the bait stick, in order to make the bearing more slight, and consequently more easily thrown from its balance.
We will now construct the trap. This trap is much used in India and Asia for the capture of the tiger, and the jaguar of South America is frequently entrapped by the same devices. —Raccoon Skins, a great Staple for Russia and Germany. This is shown at h.
—Remarkable Power of Scent Baits. —How to Skin the Animal. Gloves to be used in trapping, 149. It is a most cruel and inhuman device, and its effects are sometimes appalling. —Animals for which it is adapted. —How to gauge the thickness.
—Its Remarkable Fondness for Honey. The wire noose should then be fastened to the opposite end. Over such a beaten track the harpoon-trap is suspended. The dead-log should then be rested on the front extremity of the pole last adjusted, thus effecting an equilibrium. WITH EXTENDED CHAPTERS ON THE TRAPPER'S ART, CONTAINING ALL THE "TRICKS" AND VALUABLE BAIT RECIPES OF THE PROFESSION; FULL DIRECTIONS FOR THE USE OF THE STEEL TRAP, AND FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF TRAPS OF ALL KINDS; DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CAPTURE OF ALL FUR-BEARING ANIMALS; VALUABLE RECIPES FOR THE CURING AND TANNING OF FUR SKINS, ETC.
—A Flower Converted into a Trap. The spring sapling should be bent as seen in the first illustration. A fourth method of snaring is shown in our next figure. This should be about two and a-half inches in width, and bevelled off at each end into a flat edge.
—The Animals for which it is Adapted.
Another form of the bow trap, much used in the capture of the tiger, forms the subject of our next illustration: no bait is here used.
—Selection of Ground for Setting.