American Survival Guide is a monthly magazine. Find it on a newstand, or subscribe. Backwoods Home Magazine, how to live with reduced resources, like out in the back-woods, away from cities. Alpha Survival Group, "interested in the areas of Self reliance, Gun ownership rights, Alternate Energy, Natural living, and our Great Country's future." Thoughts on Being Prepared Major Surplus & Survival is a store that has almost everything, for reasonable prices, a useful catalog, and they will ship right to your door. Nice place, nice people. The Survival Center, Family Preparedness & Survival Supplies (includes a lot of silly stuff about "earth changes", but nobody's perfect) Emergency Essentials B&A Products Communities & Preparedness Groups Just Say NO to Martial Law -- you know Big Brother is just itching to impose a Police State on us, for some reason, and will likely use a disaster of some sort as the perfect excuse to do so. At least they'll do this in the cities, country folk are harder to control. Adventure Gear is an on-line store providing over 4000 items including dehydrated foods, water purifiers, sleeping bags, first aid kits, and countless other survival and outdoor products Lehman's catalog has all sorts of "roughing it" and country living products -- very popular with the Amish. Cumberland General Store has all sorts of "old time" products. How-To Survival Library a website chock-full of useful and informative information about every aspect of surviving disasters and acheiving some self-reliance. Or, you can buy the entire site on a handy CD-ROM for less than $10.
Year 2000 Survival Checklists and Workbook: A Y2K Millennium Bug Resource Guide
by Millennium Info Group
Spiral-bound - 220 pages
Sun Pub Co, 1998
Comment: A very useful collection of lists and survival/preparedness information.
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