Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Vintage Woodworking Videos

Swedish Woodworkers (1923)
In case the above link doesn't work, try this one
The Woodworker (1940)
Finland (1930s): making a maul at 10:30; making an axe handle at 12:47 in the video
Early Settlers of New England (1940)
French Woodworking (1912):  woodworking starts around 2:50
Swedish Coopers (1923)
Swedish Spoon Maker (1923)
The Pirogue (small boat) Maker (1949): woodworking starts at 4:20; manly dudes drinking from tea cups starts at 12:00

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