The village carpenter

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University Press, 1937 - Biography & Autobiography - 146 pages
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Walter Rose was a master carpenter and the son and grandson of master carpenters, he writes of village carpentry as it was practiced in England, by his family, in Victorian times.

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An excellent slice of life, covering matters that normally get omitted in the history books. The observations on carpentry are also informative, and appear to have relevance even today, insofar as it ... Read full review

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Not about Jesus. Just sayin'. Read full review

Contents

Early Associations
1
The Old Country Business
11
Timber
24
Copyright

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