Problems in Farm Woodwork for Agricultural Schools, High Schools, Industrial Schools, and Country Schools

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Manual Arts Press, 1915 - Woodwork - 128 pages

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Page 60 - A textbook written especially for the use of grammar and high school students- A clear and comprehensive treatment of woodworking tools, materials, and processes, to supplement, but not to take the place of the instruction given by the teacher. The book does not contain a course of models: it may be used with any course.
Page 60 - A valuable textbook for students' use. 80 cents. WORKSHOP NOTE-BOOK—WOODWORKING. By Greene. A note-book which furnishes a few general and extremely important directions about tools and processes; and provides space for additional notes and working drawings. It is essentially a collection of helps, ideas, hints, suggestions, questions, facts, illustrations, etc.
Page 60 - A full and clear description in detail of the fundamental processes of elementary benchwork in wood. This description is given through directions for making a few simple, useful articles suitable either for school or home problems. The book contains more than one hundred original pen sketches and ten working drawings by Edwin V.
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