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Tin Plate and the Tinker - Excerpted from The Chronicle, Vol. 4 No. 2, April 1951 by Gillian W.B. Bailey Although the manufacture of tin plate… ...
Burning Brands or Marking Irons - Excerpted from the The Chronicle Vol. 31 No. 3, September 1978 by John R. Grabb Methinks the realms of England,… ...
The Staff of Life in Colonial America - Excerpted from The Chronicle Vol. 39 No.1, March 1986 by Charity Gedney Charity Gedney has been deeply involved as a… ...
Cider Making in the 1870s - Excerpted from The Chronicle,  Vol. 29 No. 2, June, 1976 By Daniel B. Reibel Apples were a favorite fruit of… ...
The Forming Machine: How the manufacturing of hats went from 6 to 600 per day -   Excerpted from The  Chronicle Volume 51, No 2, June 1998 by Debbie Henderson, Ph.D. The felting process is thousands… ...
An X-ray of a Dovetail Joint, & Letters and Comment on Puzzle Mallet - Excerpted from The Chronicle, Vol. 30, No. 2, 1977 by Christopher Tahk While the skill of a joiner is evident… ...
Butter Churns - Excerpted from The Chronicle, Vol. II, No. 10, June 1939 By William S. Sprague A churn has been defined as… ...
A Brickyard in New England - Excerpted from The Chronicle Vol. 32, No. 2 (June 1979) By Daniel B. Reibel This little scene, frozen in time… ...
A raised panel door made by Steven O'Shaughnessy for the Peabody Essex Museum EAIA Today - We are nearing the end of summer here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It is hot, humid and we… ...
drawings of james wilson chairs and tools James Wilson, Pennsylvania Chairmaker - Excerpted from The Chronicle, Vol. 32, No. 4, December 1979 By Donald L. Tuttle and Joyce Baudin, Illustrations by Linda… ...