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Forest & Stream Magazine Collection DVD Set
Forest and Stream was a popular 1800's/early 1900s magazine featuring hunting, fishing, and other outdoor activities in the United States. The journal was founded in August 1873 by Charles Hallock. In the 1880s, it helped to popularize canoeing, the Adirondack lakes, self-guided canoe camping tours and ultralight camping. Forest and Stream was also dedicated to wildlife conservation and helped to launch the National Audubon Society. This collection features hundreds of issues in 45 volumes from 1874 to 1896. Most volumes contain approx 550 pages.
In addition to being a wealth if information about outdoor life and activities during this time period, these magazines serve as a great resource for the types of products that were popular at the time - both through the articles and the colorful ads describing the many interesting outdoor themed products available a hundred or more years ago. (You can see some page images below to get a feel for what you will find in this amazing collection.)
Here are the volumes that are included in this collection:
This DVD runs on all Windows and Macintosh computers. You must have a web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader - (available for free download if you do not have it installed on your computer.) The book index is organized in an HTML menu that is compatible with all browsers and the books themselves are in PDF format to allow them to be universally accessed. All of the books on this DVD are searchable and all are printable.
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