American Woodworking Tools by P. Kebabian, et. al.,

By P. Kebabian, et. al.,

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Ala skan E ski mo, sh ar p and hi ghl y polished , fr om dense jade. Length , 5 inches. 20 HistoricalOverview • Much more exacting research into the making and use of tools by the Russian ethnographer S. A. " Microscopic examination and microphotography reveal the direction in which the tool worked and thus provide information on how it was held in the hand. Semenov has concluded that prehistoric man used wood extensively in the late Stone Age, when planting and harvesting of crops, fishing, and the domestication of animals had begun.

Oliver's son Warren continued operations un til his plant was bought out and merged into th e D ouglas company in 1836. Onl y two years later, a hardware catalog listed an extensive lin e of th e Douglas pr oducts, including two qu aliti es of axes made in five different patterns, br oad axes, hatchets, and shing ling hatchets. The Dougl as axe was a successful product and th e firm pr ospered during th e middle of the century. It exported extensively, shipping its edge tools to Au stralia and New Zealand, E ngland, the W est Indies, South America, and to M edit erranean countries.

A sm all ga ming table of th e ph ar aoh has a lon g drawer , th e dra wer fro nt joined to th e sides by dovetail joints th at are identical to ca binetma ke r's dovetails of today. These examples also reveal th e art of skillful wood-carver s; th e legs are sha ped in naturalistic represent ati on of the legs of a lion , with carved claw feet - some with inl aid claws of carved ivor y. A port abl e ches t is made w ith a frame of ebony, and recessed pan els (possibl y of cedar) form the side pa nels; a veneer bord er of four strips, alterna ti ng ebony and ivory, surround 30 Hi st ori calO v er v i e w • each pan el , and the lid res ts on top edges of th e chest which are sha ped to a sim ple wid e cove molding.

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