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Westward Expansion Survival Guide

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Sydney Tracey

on 9 May 2014

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Transcript of Westward Expansion Survival Guide

Westward Expansion Survival Guide
What You'll Need: The Necessities
Avoiding Starvation and Dehydration
BRING (Food)
Flour/sugar/baking soda/yeast powders for baking
Bacon
Lard WATER
Dried beans/beef ~10-gallon refillable barrel
Molasses ~Rivers/Lakes/Streams
Salt to keep things fresh ~Wells
Rice
Coffee
Oats for the animals
GROW/MAKE
Wheat
Alfalfa
Barley
Potatoes
(Gathered) Nuts/Berries
Eggs (from optional chickens)
Vegetables
Cornbread, corn mush, and corn-meal
How To: Using Resources
Cut down trees which you will be able to use to build rafts and cabins or make roof poles
Use moss and mud to fill empty spaces in cabin walls
Cut sod into blocks then stack to make a house
Make a fire using twigs, grass, corncobs, and buffalo/cow chips
For Your Home Away from Home
Build a log cabin
Unroll the tents
Spend the night in your covered
wagon
Build a sod house
Make yourself a dugout
Reside in an underground shelter
First Aid/Help
Bandages
Medicines
Kit of herbal remedies
Needles/Thread

Help: Travel with a bunch of other people (a wagon train) so if resources or help is needed, it will be right there.
THANK YOU!
By: Sydney Tracey
To travel, have a covered wagon with extra parts and oxen or horses to pull it
Rifles/Knifes for hunting
Axes for cutting down trees
Lantern/Matches/Candles
Soap
Scissors
Needles/Pin/Thread for sewing or stitching
Tents/Bedding/Pillows
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