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    Felineman
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    Came across this site awhile ago and thought you people would like to check it out. Has alot of information about technology in the 1800’s and early 1900’s. All free and public domain.

     

    http://www.survivorlibrary.com/?page_id=1014

    #53210

    WrethaOffGrid
    Keymaster

    Thanks Felineman, looks interesting, I just scanned through and clicked on a couple of things, this is definitely worth looking into further…

    Wretha

    #53216

    Felineman
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    NP I have been collecting information on off grid living and homesteading for about 12 years now and have a personal library of over 200 GB and about 12 thousand books. If anyone would like a book I can find it. Don’t ask if its copyright or not, just use the information how you want. Most of my books are public domain or copyright expired but I do have some in my personal collection that would have cost more then a months rent to buy. Hopefully I can make my dream come true in the next couple years by finding some dirt cheap property in northern Ontario. And maybe someone to share that dream with.

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    chowan
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    great resource Felineman thank you

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