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  • noun Plural form of springhouse.


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  • There are several volumes to the series (I have five, but there may be more), and a small sampling of the topics covered include: hog dressing log cabin building mountain crafts and foods planting by the signs snake lore hunting tales faith healing home remedies moonshining and still making making a foot powered lathe bee keeping building a lumber kiln water systems building a smokehouse spring wild plant foods preserving fruits and vegetables soap making weather reading cheese making spinning and weaving midwifing burial customs making tar corn shuckin's wagon making bird traps, deadfalls, and rabbitboxes animal care banjos and dulcimers hide tanning summer and fall wild plant foods butter churns ginseng fiddle making springhouses horse trading sassafras tea berry buckets gardening iron making blacksmithing gun making (flintlock rifles and much more) bear hunting 2009


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