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American Survival Guide

American Survival Guide July 2019

Prepare yourself family for when disaster strikes. Step-by step instructions on how to provide energy to your home, grow and preserve your own food, prepare a first-aid kit, make water drinkable.

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things are heating up!

Most people look forward to the warmer months of the year. Except for the oft-oppressive heat, invasions on the ground and in the air from insect pests, and the suffocating humidity, summer gives us the chance to get outside and stretch our legs after being cooped up indoors since last fall. The warmer weather also signals an increase in the occurrence of large gatherings for a variety of social, political and other causes. Many Americans take the opportunity to join their voices with like-minded folks to peacefully express their concerns, needs and wants in the hope that they can influence our leaders and others. Typically, those who disagree with those opinions gather to counter those efforts without incident; but, in some cases, violence ensues. While we can’t always see trouble coming, we…

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american survival guide

EDITORIAL Mike McCourt Brand Manager Kelly Nomura Executive Managing Editor Amy Maclean Managing Editor DESIGN Nadezda Sverdlova Art Director CONTRIBUTORS Dana Benner, Reuben Bolieu, Jim Cobb, Michael D'Angona, Brian M. Morris, Christopher Nyerges, Kevin Reese ADVERTISING Gabe Frimmel Ad Sales Director (714) 200-1930 gfrimmel@engagedmediainc.com Mark Pack Senior Account Executive (714) 200-1939 John Bartulin Account Executive (866) 866-5146 ext. 2746 Eric Gomez Advertising Traffic Coordinator OPERATIONS Manish Kumar Mishra Operations Manager Surajpal Singh Bisht Prepress Manager Shailesh Khandelwal Subscriptions Manager Chandan Pandey Production & Newsstand Circulation Analyst Alex Mendoza Administrative Assistant Victoria Van Vlear Intern Program Manager ENGAGED MEDIA, INC. Scott Hall CEO John Goodpasture Vice President, Sales William Ammerman Executive Vice President, Digital Carrie Rubalcaba HR Generalist…

8 min.
new products

For most of us, any new gear we’re considering purchasing must be thought about carefully. Do we truly need it, or is it just something shiny that caught our attention? Is it worth the expense? Is there room in the budget for it? Is it better, lighter or more durable than what we’re using now? Sometimes, it is something we’ve never thought about previously. It fills a need we didn’t even know we had. Other times, we just cross our fingers ... and hope our significant other never sells the gear for what we told them we paid for it. 1 5.11 Tactical Norris Sneaker The Norris Sneaker was born out of a request from members of the tactical world. They wanted footwear that would perform like top-tier, high-speed footwear but without the…

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euell gibbons

In the late 1960s and early ’70s, a wave of ecological and “back to the land” awareness swept the country. This period saw the rise of the incredibly popular Mother Earth News magazine, communes ... and Euell Gibbons. Euell Gibbons was a man of modest means who loved to fish and forage and always wanted to be a writer. Aspiring to be a novelist, his first work was about a man who tried to live off the land by eating common weeds that grow everywhere. But Gibbons’ publisher told him to rewrite the book as a guidebook for identifying these wayside plants: Stalking the Wild Asparagus, first published in 1962, became a best-seller in the early 1970s, along with several other books. By 1974, Gibbons began to capitalize on his popularity and…

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about gibbons

A survivalist? No, although he loved to camp and fish. A nutritionist? No. He used plenty of white sugar and loved to deep-fry. A health food enthusiast? No. Read his recipes. A prepper? No. A communist? No. During the Depression, he was fond of communist literature, but he denounced communism by World War II. A Quaker? Yes. After marrying Freda, they both joined the Society of Friends. As Gibbons put it, "I became a Quaker because it was the only group I could join without pretending to beliefs that I didn't have or concealing beliefs that I did have." A vegetarian? Nope. Read his books. He ate many species of wildlife. A pragmatic wild-food enthusiast? Yes. Gibbons loved to live off the land and make delicious meals from what nature provided.…

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books and articles by euell gibbons

• Stalking the Wild Asparagus (1962)• Stalking the Blue-Eyed Scallop (1964)• Stalking the Healthful Herbs (1966)• A Wild Way to Eat (1967; a booklet for the Hurricane Island Outward Bound School)• Euell Gibbons' Beachcomber’s Handbook (1967)• Feast on a Diabetic Diet (1969)• Stalking the Good Life (1971)• National Geographic magazine (July 1972 and August 1973)• Stalking the Faraway Places (1973)• Euell Gibbons Handbook of Edible Wild Plants (1979; finished by co-author Gordon Tucker after Gibbons’ death)• Organic Gardening Magazine (regular columns)…