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GOOSE BAY WORKSHOPS: Fine Museum Reproduction Tin, Brass and Copper Cookware, Hearth Cooking, 18th Century Lighting, and Folk Art.
 
 
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This tidbit of history comes to us through a reprint of an 18th century pamphlet by "The Colonial Printer and Bookbindery".The Art of English Shooting, dated 1777 mentions trying your new shotgun by measureing powder and shot using a pipe bowl !! One bowl powder, one and a half bowls shot ! A final charge can be worked up later. Who Knew.

Some interesting facts from the Reverend Burnaby's journal of 1759...American wool grows to an average length of 7 inches The wool of England  grows 22 inches in length!!
White Pine trees are harvested in Mass. and average 40 yards in length [120 feet] and 40 inches in diameter. They are harvested in winter, to slide on the snow, and are dragged out of the forest by 70 to 80 teams of oxen!!

Jon Townsend interviews Peter Goebel

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New!

Cheese and Butter Sampler. (above)
Find it on the 'Cooking and Baking Utensils' page! 


New!
250 year old pipe bowls with make-do brass stems. Find them on the 'Whats in your pocket' page!


NEW! Pipe Cover 
Above: keep your clothes and/or ship from catching afire by keeping sparks inside your pipe with our handy new Pipe Cover. Safety first!
Find it on our 'Whats in my pocket' page. 


NEW!
Pretzel Tree (above)
What every aspiring 17th century Dutch baker needs, along with a nice stone window and some ironed white linen. 
Vend food 18th century way with our gorgeous new Pretzel Tree! Find it on our Cooking & Baking Utensils page. 

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