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front Auger Bit
c. 1850
The auger bit is used to bore holes in wood.
front Plane

The plane is used to give a particular shape to a piece of wood.
front Level
c. 1870
The Stratton Spirit Level Company of Greenfield, Massachusetts, manufactured this level, used in construction to ensure a board is perfectly horizontal or vertical.
front Broad Ax

A broad ax is used to shape a round tree trunk into a square or rectangular timber.
front Plane

This plane was one of thousands made at the Amherst, Massachusetts, plane factory of James Kellogg, a company that operated from 1835 until 1886.
front Wood Mounted Bit

The bit was used, with a brace, to bore holes into wood.
front Gluing Clamp
This clamp acted as a "third hand" for the woodworker, holding the wooden piece or object while the glue dried.

With a wooden handle and an iron blade, the adze is a cutting tool.
front Calipers/Sliding Scale
A caliper is a measuring instrument that can be adjusted to determine the thickness, diameter, and distance between surfaces.
front Gauge

This gauge belonged to Israel Jones (1787-1861) of Deerfield, Massachusetts.


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