Many of us today take for granted the quick and easy availability of supplies and goods.  But in the 18th century there were no K-Marts or grocery stores.  The manufacturing of domestic colonial goods fell on those artisans who spent their entire life learning and perfecting their trade.  Take a look now at a small cross section of trades and professions that existed during the Revolutionary War time period. 

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Tinsmithing (Linked Page)

Book Binding Business (The Colonial Printer [Linked Page])

Book Binding Tutorial (Linked Page)

East India Company Cedar Chests

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