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Randy Sheridan: Duck and rice capital of the world (Carpentry)

Posted by netorius on April 2, 2007


Cleburne Times-Review – But the means of transportation helped to give birth to a number of manufacturing enterprises, such as furniture and woodworking shops, farm-implement factories and grist, flour and feed mills. A man by the name of W.E. Hope was the first farmer to

Transformation explores the use, reuse of found materials
Houston Chronicle – I’m trying to mimic a lot of traditional woodworking techniques so a steel leg may look like a wooden leg that was turned in a lathe, but yet it was made by a different process with a different material.” More recently, Rose also became intrigued with

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