|Boat Building 288 pages 1931
Starts with primitive craft and leads to scows, house-boats, skiffs, canoes and simple forms of sailing craft, and a motor-boat
|A Boy’s Workshop 124 pages 1884
It will bring to thousands of lads just such information in regard to the first steps in the mechanic arts as they most need, and will enable them, with little other direction,
|Butter Making 30 pages 1888
HAND-BOOK FOR THE BEGINNER.
Making butter the old fashioned way from milking cows to final product
|The Art of Candy Making 100 pages
We strive not only to give you a larger variety of the finest candies that can be made, but to make each recipe, so thorough and simple that anyone with a little study before making them, can make every piece in this book with little or no trouble at all.
|The Happy Golfer 219 pages 1914
BEING SOME EXPERIENCES, REFLECTIONS, AND A FEW DEDUCTIONS OF A WANDERING PLAYER
|Home Arts 93 pages 1873
Everything in the home, from Chritmas trees to parlor games, plus gardening, knitting, embroidery, needlework and more obscure pastimes
|Needlework Economies 117 pages
The woman who can utilize oddments and make things with her own hands is the woman who will be making money, as she will be supplying one of the most expensive items of modern times—personal labour. The hints in this book are intended as suggestions, which can be developed in many new directions.
|PRACTICAL 106 page 1894
STAIR BUILDING AND HANDRAILING
In compiling this work the author has kept steadily in view the absolute necessity of treating most fully the elementary parts. Therefore, if to some the details should appear tedious, he begs to say they have been written to assist those who, being unable to obtain a correct knowledge of the methods adopted, seldom advance beyond a certain and very unsatisfactory stage.
|How To Make Rugs 37 pages 1908
Of all hand processes, weaving is the most generally or widely applicable, and the range of beautiful production possible to the simplest weaving is almost beyond calculation.
|How To Make money 109 pages 1900
We mention 100 ways by which you may be able to make a living by the pen.
In short, the 1,000 ways of money-making in this book are 1,000 nails to hang your fortune on
|The Art of Rowing 173 page From 1898
My object in the following pages will be not merely to give such hints to the novice as may enable him, so far as book-learning can effect the purpose, to master the rudiments of oarsmanship
|Practical Sports Training 103 pages 1877
for running, walking, rowing, wrestling, boxing, jumping, and all kinds of athletic feats
|Horse Breaking 122 pages 1889
a reasoned out system of horse-breaking, which I have found, by practical experience, to be easy of execution,
rapid in its effects, and requiring the possession of no exceptional strength, activity, pluck, or horsemanship
|Daily Training 86 pages 1903
we shall suggest such daily exercises as can be taken in a minimum of time in the minimum of space, which have for their object not the acquisition of huge muscles, but the acquisition of healthy nerves and muscles