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Published on Aug 16, 2012
To be a woodworker in the Mount Lebanon Shaker community (1783 to 1947) was to create simple, functional house-goods and furniture that could be used in the community. This video focuses on one woodworker, Orren Haskins (1815 to 1892) who left the largest number of signed pieces, and traces his life and his woodworking techniques. It is a tribute to all Shaker furniture makers.
The video is one of the tributes to my woodworking heroes by Hoosierwoodcraft