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- Best Survival Books Of All Time
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Best Survival Books Of All Time
These are the best survival books you will need in hard copies, not the e-book versions. If we lose power, and we will, we want a hard copy of certain books. I had a reader ask me to remind all of us to get hard copies of survival books. I wrote this article a few years ago, but felt I needed to update it.
There again, if my house is flattened from an earthquake or flood, I will have to evacuate. I only buy hard copies of books that I need today, or possibly next year, for knowledge to help me and my neighborhood get through just about any disaster, including an EMP. I was actually interviewed and recorded for my thoughts about living without electricity. Although my thoughts were not included in the book, it was a compliment to me to be asked for my ideas.
I was honored to be asked to write this book by Page Street Publishing. It is family friendly and you can have your children and grandchildren read it. When I was asked to write the book, I mentioned I did not want to talk about weapons in my book. If you are wondering if I have a weapon, yes I do. Mark and I both have our concealed weapons permits, and we both know how to shoot. Mark more than me. Weapons are a personal topic. I will leave it at that.
I have very little skills in the medical field, so I use this book all the time. This book is user-friendly and has just about everything I have ever needed to look up as far as medical information. I wish I could get more people to read this book.
I bought the hard copy and I could only get one friend to read it. This is my bible for essential oils. The FDA will not let us say much about essential oils because they have shut down websites for saying too much.
First of all, I do not believe they cure anything, but they rock for giving you relief for various things. You can buy a pocket-size book, or the larger one with tons of information, which is what I did. I actually purchased both. I have one in the car, one in my first aid kits, and one in the living room. Check out thrift stores whenever possible for books and equipment.
This is what it looks like, see if you can get it at your local thrift stores. Lisa Bedford from The Survival Mom is a friend of mine and she was actually one of the first preppers to write a book, as far I know. I read this book and I was emotional the entire time reading about the truth of what happened at Memorial Hospital after Hurricane Katrina. Please read and be prepared to take care of yourself and your family.
Those poor nurses and doctors, what they had to go through with and for their patients. God bless all the families involved in that tragedy. This is a really good set of books on Bushcraft by David Canterbury. We need the knowledge before a disaster or unforeseen emergency hits our neighborhood.
Thanks again for being prepared for the unexpected. May God bless all of us. I have many of those books and a few more. Lights out by Ted Koppel, made Stephen King look like he wrote nursery rhymes. Some things are very, very simple, like keeping your car filled. Others, such as Survival Medicine, are a bit more complicated. I hope I never need these, but I would rather have them and not need them, than need them and not have them. Hi Janet, I hear you on that!
I hope I never need them either, but we are both smart and know we MAY need them. We can sleep at night knowing if we need them we have them in book form. Thank you, Linda. Linda, Added one of your suggested books to order for my collection.
Thank you. I agree, now is not the time to relax and put up our feet. And we certainly can not rely on the computer for communication if the grid goes down. I am actually working on putting together binders to use. With what is going in the world, it could turn into a full blown disaster, not saying it would, just could.
I pray not, but will be prepared for anything, just in case. My mama taught me that. Hope all is well with you and your family. Stay well and happy my friend. Hi Vivian, If you have a favorite book please tell me about it. I do worry about the diabetics in the world and I have a daughter with MS. I pray for a cure for that and all other bad diseases. Our power system will be unable to repair or replace for years if possible at all. May God bless those who have prepared for life changes like you and I.
I love your binder idea! You stay well and happy my friend. I think both are available at Amazon. They are so daunting for those just starting to prepare and encouraging for those of us who are at some stage in our preparations.
I have several of those books on your list. As I have said in previous comments on some of your other posts, I have tried to educate myself on herbal remedies. Some of the remedies that I have tried have not helped much but some are amazing!
It has absolutely wonderful photos of local plant life, where the plants grow, when and how to collect, how to use and warnings. He goes into the historical use i. I would suggest readers look for a similar book for their area of the country.
Something that I have done in the past when I find a plant that I cannot identify weed, grass, flowering plant, etc. Once I have a plant identified, I can then research its uses. I remember a project I had back in the dark ages high school!!! I am a learner and will continue to learn about the different ways in which to help myself, my family and my neighbors.
Basically, I believe we all have the great need to equip ourselves to survive in the future. Whatever books we can get and actually use will be of benefit. Hi Leanne, great comment! I agree we are all learning skills as we go on along and every book we can get will surely help us when needed. You are spot on with needing to learn CPR and first aid. We will be ready we are on our own without any doctor to help us. Great tips! Keep in mind that Hunter Education is not just about stalking game; but, includes ethics, wildlife identification, and personal safety, including survival in harsh weather and harsh environments.
Linda, With my vision issues, hard copies are a real chore to read; but, digital pdf, etc. That being said, I plan to have power long after any lights go out, and the ability to read or listen to these versions is actually quite easy with a little planning. I agree that weapons are a personal topic. The wife and I have our Concealed Handgun Licenses and I have been a certified firearms instructor for nearly 30 years, so let us just say that we have a few firearms and a bit of ammunition on hand.
In our case, we have numerous ways to produce electric power, including a whole house propane fired generator and enough propane and other consumables to last for 6 months and even longer with conservation and use of a small solar array.
People need to start looking at their lives and equipment, not as individual things; but, as part of an interrelated system. Suspending a metal container of water above the chimney can catch some of the waste heat and put it to use, and with care can even provide some cooking.
Hi Ohio Prepper, great tips, I like the Ball canner book as well. I took the class and kept that book. Great comment, Linda. I own all the Foxfire books in hard copy. I highly recommend The Boy Scouts field book. Try to get the printing E-bay has it I recently got my second copy. It is a great prepper book. Hi Elbert, I will look for that one from , I looked at the date on mine it is Great tip, you know I love stuff like this, Linda.
Free Survival PDFs, Manuals, and Downloads (2021 Update)
These are the best survival books you will need in hard copies, not the e-book versions. If we lose power, and we will, we want a hard copy of certain books. I had a reader ask me to remind all of us to get hard copies of survival books. I wrote this article a few years ago, but felt I needed to update it. There again, if my house is flattened from an earthquake or flood, I will have to evacuate.
Survivalism is a social movement of individuals or groups called survivalists or preppers   who actively prepare for emergencies, including possible disruptions in social or political order, on scales from local to international. Survivalism also encompasses preparation for personal emergencies, such as job loss or being stranded in the wild or under adverse weather conditions. The emphasis is on self-reliance, stockpiling supplies, and gaining survival knowledge and skills. Survivalists often acquire emergency medical and self-defense training, stockpile food and water, prepare to become self-sufficient , and build structures such as survival retreats or underground shelters that may help them survive a catastrophe. Use of the term survivalist dates from the early The origins of the modern survivalist movement in the United Kingdom and the United States include government policies, threats of nuclear warfare , religious beliefs, and writers who warned of social or economic collapse in both non-fiction and apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction.
There are few segments of the prepper population who are more prepared than the Latter-Day Saints. Personal preparedness is part of their core beliefs. You can download the manual toward the end of this post. Members of the church have been advocated preparing for difficult times for man years. The manual may be freely reproduced and distributed so long as all of hte copyrights of the original authors are respected, and such reproduction is never done for commercial gains. The manual is a whopping pages of preparedness advice. I agree completely with one of their opening statements:.