Raw Pork as an Aliment

1857 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
On the 9th of August, 1856, I started with a party of nine persons -viz., five adult men, and three boys from 14 to IG years of ageon a voyage from the head waters towards ihe mouill of ihe Penobscót. Three of ihe adults were old hunters, fully acquainted with nil ihe pleasures and penalties of a "life in ihe woods." We were in birch canoes, and our object was to follow the course of that beautiful river through its numberless curves and lakes, and to leave, for a time, wholly behind US all
more » ... y behind US all traces of civilized life and habits. With considerable labor, bul great delight, We followed our plans, cither Boating on the stream or carrying our birches
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