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    Woodworking with Rawhide

    I’m looking for information about traditional woodworking involving rawhide as a fastener. I know that during the late 1800s rawhide was used in wood bridges, buildings, and carts. Any info would be much appreciated.

  • Steve
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    Living History Museum

    I wonder if you were to contact a living history village to see if they would take on a volunteer docent. Colonial Williamsburg—IMHO is the epitome of living history centers—may not be a possibility, but you could try a state park near where you live. When I lived in Indiana there was Conner Prairie and out here in Utah there is This is the Place State Park. Connecting with them may open up further possibilities.

  • Steve
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    Paul Sellers

    I too am a fan of Paul Sellers. I stumbled across his Youtube channel, but didn’t know that he had written a book. Thanks for the info. I’ll have to get his book.

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