This special re-print edition of Francis H. Buzzacott’s “Buzzacott’s Masterpiece; or The Complete Hunter’s, Trapper’s and Camper’s Library of Information” is a treasury on the art of hunting, trapping and camping. Written in 1913, this historical masterpiece on the subject of hunting, wilderness camping, trapping and fur preparation, has not been available to the public for over a century. Some of the topics covered include Alligator Traps, Hunting Blinds, Fox Hunting, Bear Hunting, Fisher Trapping, Coyote Hunting and Trapping, Camp Hygiene, Dressing and Tanning Skins, Deer Hunting, Duck Hunting, How To Catch Fish, Flies For Fishing, Firearms Care, Farmer’s Traps For Skunks, Moose Hunting, Elk Hunting, Beaver Trapping, How To Handle Pelts, Quail Traps, Raccoon Trapping, Rabbit Trapping, Hints on Rifle Shooting, Treating Rattlesnake Bites, Poison Ivy an Poison Sumac, Mountain Traveling, Shelters and hundreds more. At over 550 pages, this is considered one of the most comprehensive books on the subject of trapping, hunting and wilderness camping. Lavishly illustrated, this truly magnificent work on the subject of camping, hunting and trapping that will be of value to anyone interested in survival, hunting, trapping, fishing, camping, homesteading or other facets of outdoor life. Note: This edition is a perfect facsimile of the original edition and is not set in a modern typeface. As a result, some type characters and images might suffer from slight imperfections or minor shadows in the page background.