The leatherworker in eighteenth-century Williamsburg

Being an account of the nature of leather, & of the crafts commonly engaged in the making & using of it by Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

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The Leatherworker in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg was first published in and was reprinted in Written by Thomas K. Ford, editor of Colonial Williamsburg publications untilit is based largely on unpublished studies by Harold B.

Gill, Jr., and Raymond Townsend of the Department of Research. The Leatherworker in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg Being an Account of the Nature of Leather, & of the Crafts Commonly Engaged in the Making & Using of It.

Alternate Title: The Leatherworker in 18th-Century Williamsburg Series Title: Williamsburg craft series Language: English: LoC Class: TT: Technology: Handicrafts, Arts and crafts: Subject.

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