By Eric Sloane
The detailed wisdom of which wooden is suited for which activity, the prepared id of local timber, the reverence for wooden, the instinctive wisdom that wooden can hot the soul in addition to the physique -- those virtues of a bygone age are revived in Eric Sloane's outstanding paintings. seriously illustrated, with a bit on identity of approximately sixty local bushes, A REVERENCE FOR wooden offers an illuminating view of the source that made attainable loads of the early cost of North the US.
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Until the heat subsided, the mound never stopped "working" and neither did the man. By the end of each charring, his body had become completely black outside and exhausted inside. Knowing how and when to walk on the mound was an art in itself, and many a man fell through into the furnacelike heat. Charcoal during the 1800's was used for many things other than making iron. People cleaned their teeth with it. Although the first results may look ghastly, there is actually nothing more beneficial for teeth than charcoal powder.
1,751 to the credit of live tree posts and wire fence in 50 years . .... $14,089 53 "Besides this great earning," the account goes on, "the soil around the fence will benefit by shade and the falling of leaves and twigs. Whoever might wish to see a wire fence of this plan may observe its benefits at R. " The report is signed, "Hon. Richard Peters, pres. of Agrict. " But America was a country of wooden wealth, and wire fences seemed sacrilegious to the average farmer; it took another century for the wire fence to become generally popular, and then only because there was no wood left for making wooden fences.
Just as the bark on trees tightens when a cold air mass passes through the forest, the great timbers in early structures move on their joints and sometimes make resounding booms through the night. Early fastening pins or trunnels were just hand-cut pegs, but during the middle 1700's framers used interesting methods for making them secure. Sometimes they were nicked to keep them from working their way out; often the hole in one of the two connecting beams was slightly offset so the trunnel would have to be wedged in tightly.
A Reverence for Wood by Eric Sloane