A Splintered History of Wood

A Splintered History of Wood

Belt Sander Races, Blind Woodworkers, and Baseball Bats

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A Splintered History of Wood is a passionate and personal exploration of nature's greatest gift: wood. In the successful tradition of books such as Salt and Cod, writer and carpenter Spike Carlsen explores the history, versatility, and special appeal of something we use everyday--but take for granted--in this comprehensive and dynamic history of wood's global impact and its personal significance to people in all walks of life.

Publisher: New York : Collins, c2008.
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780061373565
0061373567
Branch Call Number: 620.12 CARLSEN
Characteristics: xv, 411 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

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