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Ye Old Wookshop

05-06-2012 09:37 PM by Rev_John | 3 comments »

I have been working at The Elle Sharp Museum of Art and History as a 1800-1900 woodworker. We are currently working with early elementary kids from schools around the county and even as far as Detroit. We talk about what it was like on the marches and forests of Jacksonville (as it would be named during that time. I give the kids a change to try a double person saw, and a go at the shaving horse. I haven’t found one that doesn’t like it, once they try it. We also have a treadle lathe but the treadle doesn’t work yet. I get about 65 kids in 4 classes a day.

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