A history of barrelmaking and the various types of coopers. Book has very minor wear and overall in very good condition. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
A history of barrelmaking and the various types of coopers.
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He worked as an apprentice under his father at the old brewery of J. W. Green's in Luton, Bedfordshire until 1967, when he abandoned 'the block' and went into teaching.
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Start by marking The Cooper and His Trade as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Kilby, writing in 1971, provides a solid overview of the various kinds of coopering (as far as the English were concerned) and How It Was Done at his employer's, and incidentally demonstrates that you can be a skilled craftsman and still not know jack shit about the materials you're using.
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Summary by Steve folkers, cooper at the Ozark Folk Center "Kilby was a fourth generation brewery cooper, about .
The first book on coopering by a cooper. The author was apprenticed to the trade and practiced it for many years. Softbound, 192 pages with 56 pages of plates and 87 drawings. The book deals with materials, tools and techniques of the white cooper, dry cooper and wet cooper. The book also covered the work conditions and social history of coopering from early times to the twentieth century. Adobe Reader required to view the files below.
Kenneth H. Cooper (born March 4, 1931, Oklahoma City) is a doctor of medicine and former Air Force Colonel from Oklahoma, who pioneered the benefits of doing aerobic exercise for maintaining and improving health
Kenneth H. Cooper (born March 4, 1931, Oklahoma City) is a doctor of medicine and former Air Force Colonel from Oklahoma, who pioneered the benefits of doing aerobic exercise for maintaining and improving health. The popular mass market version was The New Aerobics (.
The best and probably only book in print on the craft of barrelmaking. The author comes from a long line of coopers in Bedfordshire, England. 6� x 9�. 56 black and white photographs, 87 sketches. The first part of the book explains the materials, tools and techniques of the trade. The second part is a history of coopering from ancient times to the present. Pages: 192 Binding: TP Publisher: Linden.