America's Wooden Age: Aspects of Its Early Technology

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Brooke Hindle
Sleepy Hollow Press, 1975 - Technology & Engineering - 218 pages
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The significance of wood for national growth from the time of the early settlements to the mid-nineteenth century is illustrated in seven articles on the use of the natural resource in construction, crafts, and industries

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Contents

The Forest Society of New England
13
Americas Rise to Woodworking Leadership
37
A Pictorial Essay
63
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