Little book of early American crafts and trades
Charming 1807 children's book explains large variety of crafts and trades, with a full chapter devoted to each: spinner, basketmaker, hatmaker, jeweller, brickmaker and bricklayer, potter, dyer, plumber, apothecary, and others. 23 copperplate illustrations are excellent examples of early commercial art.
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Review: Little Book of Early American Crafts and TradesUser Review - Smellsofbikes - Goodreads
This was written in 1804 as a guide to kids who were thinking about what they wanted to do with their lives. While it's called "American" the author was obviously British and much of the writing had ... Read full review
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