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Talking Sweet tooth and old-fashioned carpentry

The Archive.org site is awesome for old books, and handtool ideas. I downloaded one that was written for the home DIYer, that even covers Candy making, painting your horse carriage, and stuffing animals!

We like making our own treats, at home, so these candy recipes will be tested, for quite some time.

The home mechanic and complete self-instructor in carpentry, painting, horse-shoeing, soap making, candy making, baking, taxidermy, tanning, &c : Schofield, R. J. [from old catalog] : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

Oh! Check out the Wage Table page 885. Can you imagine working for $1 to $20 per week? They did in 1897.

If order comes from chaos, why is commonsense so uncommon any more?

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