“Starting a New Shelter”

“Snapshot Saturday”

A traditional woodsman setting a rafter pole on a new woodland shelter.

Taking advantage of a low, horizontal limb, a traditional woodsman places another rafter for a half-round, brush-covered shelter. Duck camp, Old Northwest Territory, 1795.

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