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Early American Industries Association This association is a wonderful group of people who are interested in collecting, researching and perserving the knowledge and artifacts of early crafts and industry. This is the group where you can find everything from the leading experts on particular tools to bookbinders interested in finding out about colonial bookbinding...and everything in between.
Des Moines Woodworkers Association, Inc. A large woodworking club serving central Iowa woodworkers of all ages and skill level. Over 200 woodworking links to popular woodworking sites. Club has 300 members and meets once a month plus special interest groups meet at additional times.
Central Jersey Woodworkers Association The Central Jersey Woodworkers Association is a growing group of woodworkers of various skill levels and interests, who meet monthly to trade ideas, share tips, and listen to various speakers. Past speakers have included professional furniture makers, including Frank Klausz, Jere Osgood, Frank Pollaro, Mario Rodriguez, Peter Tischler and Tom Volk, woodworking tool experts including Tom Lie-Nielsen and Graham Blackburn, semi-pros, hobbyists, boat builders, custom furniture craftsmen, finishers, and more. Various hands-on comparisons of equipment have been offered, and there are periodic group purchases of equipment, wood, tools and supplies.
CANPLY- Canadian Plywood Association Our website represents the entire Canadian plywood industry and we have direct contact information and links to our member company mills. We have a section for Ply•Plans - Fun Do-it-yourself projects (Blanket box, wave shelf, media centre). We also have created a series of on-line educational seminars on Why Plywood, and the Plywood Manufacturing Process.
All about Anvils A History of anvil making, manufacturers. Info on blacksmithing.
Museums, Collections and On-Line collections
www.whistleman.com Collection and history of steam whistles
Wooden Toy Museum An online display of collectible Wooden Toys. From antique animals to old fashion trains, we have a wonderful collection of wooden toys to look through.
Wooden Nickel Historical Museum The Wooden Nickel Historical Museum is located in San Antonio, Texas at the site of the Old Time Wooden Nickel Co. The Museum collection contains over 1.5 million Wooden Nickels from the first ones ever made in Tenino, Washington in 1931, to the present day. Museum also has many other artifacts associated with the production of Wooden Nickels, including some of the early printing plates and a letter press.
Tischlerei-Museum Bremen, Germany Complete workshop from 1860/1888 with tools, woodworking machinery and steam-engine. Machines are shown in motion. The museum has a collection of documents of the Bremen cabinett-makers's gulid als well as drawings and books about woodworking, its tools and machinery. The working places are still to be seen and the conditions of labour. Social aspects are added. To create a complete original old workshop with its tolls and equipment as a museum has been tried with this museum for the first time in germany. For questions about woodworking in Germany or for visting us, send an e-mail or give us a call.

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