New. Illustrated story of the revolution of the axe and its varied uses with photos from the author's collection and museums. Identifies the great variety of North American axes, dating from the Colonial period to the present. Detailed drawings and diagrams of construction and production of basic types of axes are also pictured, along with a list of all known American axe manufacturers since the 18th century, and notes on the care of axes. Softcover, 152 pages, illustrated.
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VG. Pictorial glossy wraps. 151 pp. Numerous bw illus. An in-depth amd illustrated narrative of the history and evolution of axe making in America. Highly illustrated. Who knew there could be so many kinds of these useful tools?
1994 Printing, 8.5 x 11, 151 pages, Paperback, Book is in Very Good Condition. Book is completely intact with inside pages in Very Good condition with no tears and with no notations (no pencil marks, no underlining, no highlighting, etc. ) EXCEPT pencil pricing & inventory code on top corner of first page.
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