Civil War Woodworking

Civil War Woodworking

17 Authentic Projects for Woodworkers and Reenactors

Book - 2009
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Ranging from fairly easy to moderately difficult, this woodworking manual furnishes accurate reproductions of Civil War-era objects. Historical information about manufacturing and woodworking in the 19th century complements a discussion on standards, offering interested craftspeople all the relevant information to produce authentic replicas in the modern shop. Step-by-step instructions present a variety of projects--such as an officer's field desk, an ammunition box, a folding camp table, a lantern, and a camp chest--and a detailed history accompanies each item. With period photographs of the original items as well as modern images of re-enactors using the reproductions, this reference will appeal to both the woodworker and history buff.
Publisher: Fresno, Calif. : Linden Pub., 2009
ISBN: 9781933502281
Branch Call Number: 684.08 Ha
Description: 164 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm


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