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Cooper’s Tools Alive in Pennsylvania

Ken March's workshop is a 19th century, one-room schoolhouse in rural southern Pennsylvania. This retired tool-and-die maker calls himself the Schoolhouse Cooper, and he's dedicated to the preservation of the tools and skills used in the construction of barrels, casks and a variety of staved wooden vessels. Surrounded by cooperage tools of all description, Ken speaks almost another ...

Jill Teunis | Apr 1, 2000

Farm Collector Magazine

Dedicated to the Preservation of Vintage Farm Equipment