This is the Ninth publication of a series of chronicles which will be a Photographic Presentation of Woodworking Hand Tools with descriptions, informative articles and expert opinions. This edition “The Hand Tool Chronicles – Sixth Edition – Traditional Ozark Tools & Techniques With James E. Price Part 2” is an a selection of tools, stories, life experiences, how to articles, and step by steps with detailed pictures of Jim memories and knowledge of working with hand tools in the The Ozark Border in Missouri. It is a continuation of Part 1 in this series.
This is a must have reference series for any vintage tool enthusiast or collector or anyone who just likes to sit down with a book like the D’Elia’s Antique Tool Museum book, Warman’s Tool Field Guide, Murland’s Antique Tool Value Guide or any of the hundreds of other tool books and scroll through the thousands of images and descriptions and take in the history, the artistry and the uniqueness of the tools. It also has woodworking processes and techniques explained and shown throughout the issue.