The Kramer Museum of Tools and Technology
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This website is a source of obscure information as relates to pre-industrial revolution tools & technology.

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Of interest to, for, by: homemakers, herbalists, conservators, historians, re-inactors, folklore, folklife, mountainmen, longhunters, frontiersmen, budding young chemists, alchemists, living history, experimental history, refinishers, restorers, cabinetmakers, printers, wagon, buggy, carriage, cart, and coach makers, antique repair, cutlers, sutlers, hornsmiths, joiners, sawyers, journeymen, masters, cat whippers, conservators, brush makers, fullers, hatters, housewrights, millers, curriers, tanners, itinerants, tailors, chandler, wigmakers, hornsmiths, locksmiths, gunsmiths, stockers, plumbers, pewterers, coppersmith, builders, wainwrights, bookbinders, limners, glass blowers, braziers, ironmasters, clockmakers, helvers, handlers, broommakers, dyers, combmakers, whitesmith, pewtersmith, woodworkers, craftsmen, craftswomen, basket makers, pewter smiths, puddlers, tillerman, pitman, craftspeople, no crappy craft allowed here, craft, trade, guild, apprentice, smith, cooks, stagecoaches, experimenters, spinners, weavers, potters, blalcksmiths, old stuff, preservation, restoration, conservation, tinkers, candlers, cobblers, candlestick makers, tie hackers, mule skinners, teamsters, in fact anyone who treasures their heritage, would honor their ancestors, and help preserve a vast body of hard won knowledge being lost in our mad dash to the future. For too long history has been about kings, tyrants and their wars, it should be about people, their collective knowledge and their lives; and from thence can we learn from the past.
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