This book was my first real exposure to texts on wilderness skill sets, long before I had heard the term 'bushcraft'. I found it in a used book shop and when I thumbed through it, it was clear I needed to take it home. I recommend it to those looking to expand their knowledge base but to be honest I've never seen another paper copy. Though it's sacrilege to say so, I think it has taught me more than Kochanski's 'Bushcraft'. I thought that if I held this book in such high regard, maybe there are other books some of you know of that aren't mainstream enough for other people to have seen. What's your favorite example of such a book? I'm always looking to expand my library!