People who make things: How American craftsmen live and work.
Wood motifs in American domestic architechture/phantasy in wood. Revised in 1981 and published as Ornamental carpentry on nineteenth century American houses by Dover Publications, Inc., NY, NY. With full and complete sets of specifications and an estimate of the cost of each design. Woodward's national architect; containing 1000 original designs, plans and details, to working scale, for the practical construction of dwelling houses for the country, suburb and village. Reprinted in 1988 as A Victorian housebuilder's guide: "Woodward's national architect" of 1869 by General Publishing Company, Ltd., Toronto, Canada. Railroads Raw Material Preparation Rope Making and Sail Making Sawyers (Saws) Scientific Instruments Screwdrivers Sheet Metal Working Ships, Shipbuilding, and Shipwrights Silversmiths and Jewelers Steam Engines Rathbone, Pembroke Thom. The history of old time farm implement companies and the wrenches they issued including buggy, silo, cream separator, windmill, and gas engine companies.
Old Sturbridge Village Booklet Series, Old Sturbridge, Inc., Sturbridge, CT.
Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, NY.
Reprinted in 1986 by Lindsay Publications, Inc., Bradley, IL 60915. Council for Small Industries in Rural Areas, London.
One of the many projects we are working on is a wiki for our online community.
A wiki is a great way for woodworkers and enthusiasts to share their knowledge to others, and to impart their knowledge for others to learn from, and utilize as well for their own benefit.
(1956) The bibliography of arms and armor in Islam.