Time-Life Books, 1997 - House & Home - 128 pages
Explains how trees grow and are prepared for use in woodworking; provides advice on how to select the best wood for projects; introduces a wide range of woodworking joints; examines the techniques of hand and power tools; and includes information about veneers and inlays.
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