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A textbook and problem book for students in agricultural schools and colleges, technical schools, and for farmers (c1921)
BY JOHN F. FRIESE
Head of the Machine Shop and Forging Departments, Technical High School, St. Cloud, Minn.
THE MANUAL ARTS PRESS PEORIA, ILLINOIS, 1921
For the use and instruction of young engineers and scientific amateurs; comprising the arts of blacksmithing and forging; the construction and manufacture of hand tools, and the various methods of using and grinding them; description of hand and machine processes; turning and screw cutting; and the various details of setting out work incidental to the mechanical engineer's and machinist's art (1879)
Author: Knight, Cameron
PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES ANO SONS, 1879
containing useful information and tables on iron and steel, for the use of smiths and steel workers (1893)
Author: Marquardt, Julius. [from old catalog]
A manual of practical information for blacksmiths and all other workers in steel and iron (1914)
Author: Casterlin, Warren S
M. T. RICHARDSON CO., PUBLISHERS
By John Lord Bacon
Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Sometime Instructor in Forge Practice and Machine Design, Lewis Institute, Chicago
LONDON: CHAPMAN & HALL, LIMITED, 1919
ARRANGEMENT AND EQUIPMENT FORGING OF HOOKS AND CHAINS WELDING
By John Crane
MACHINERY'S REFERENCE SERIES, 1910.
The Industrial Press, New York City
BY GEORGE M. BRACE
DIRECTOR OF MANUAL TRAINING, CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
D. D. MAYNE
PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AND PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL PEDAGOGICS, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY NEW YORK CINCINNATI CHICAGO, 1915
Rational horse shoeing and wagon making, with rules, tables, recipes, etc. (1904)
With rules, tables, recipes, etc., useful to manufacturers. blacksmiths, machinists, well-drillers, engineers, liverymen, horse - shoers, farmers, wagon-makers, mechanics, amateurs and all others who have occasion to perform the work for which this book is primarily intended.
Author: Holmström, John Gustaf
CHICAGO, FREDERICK J. DRAKE & CO., PUBLISHERS , 1904
By J. M. Drew
Instructor in Blacksmithing. School of Agriculture, University of Minnesota
ST. PAUL, WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1904
By James Gran
MACHINERY'S REFERENCE SERIES
The Industrial Press, New York City , 1910
Horseshoeing, Carriage and Wagon Building and Painting
By Professor A. Lungwitz
Director of the Shoeing School of the Royal Veterinary College at Dresden
With Chapter on Carriage-Ironing, Wagon and Buggy Painting, Varnishing, Ornamenting, Etc.
CHICAGO, M. A. DONOHUE & CO, 1902
Practical blacksmithing - Volume 1, 2, 3 and 4
A collection of articles contributed at different times by skilled workmen to the columns of "the blacksmith and wheelwright" and covering nearly the whole range of blacksmithing from the simplest job of work to some of the most complex forgings.
Compiled and Edited by M. T. RICHARDSON,
THE BEN FRANKLIN PRESS, NEW YORK, 1889.