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The SPT Bulletin #43. Spring 2012.

Bulletin of Primitive Technology #43.

-SOCIETY BUSINESS: News for the Membership
-THE FIRE WATCHERS: Speak To Us On The Ways Of The Willow: A Lesson In Learning How To Learn by Christopher Nyerges
-A PAUSE FOR THOUGHT: The Importance of Doing: Tossing Atlatl Darts in the Woods as Real Science by Paul Campbell
-Papua New Guinea's Bows and Arrows by Dr. Ed Ashby
-A Stone Age Bow, String and Arrows from a Single Tree by Paul Campbell
-Momentum vs Kinetic Energy for Dummies: How a Traditional Bow Kills by Francois Squirra
-Bow and Arrow Efficiency by Richard A. Baugh
-River Cane Fishing Gear by Doug Meyer
-Trident Rabbit Stick by Bruce Weidman
-Fire: A Tool To Tune and Craft Throwing Sticks and Boomerangs by Luc Bordes, France
-A Rabbit-Stick From Stone Tools by Connor O'Malley
-Fun with Cattails - The Whip Dart by Dick Baugh
-Exploring A Pre-Aurignacian Wood-Based Culture by Kirt Manning
-A Simple Plaited Basket by Photos by Carrie Ryan, Text by Erin Adams
-Stone Age Spear Throwers: Bibliography by Paul Campbell
-Bark Flywheel Pump-Drill by Barry Keegan
-BULLETIN BOARD #43 - SPT Member Notices

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