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    I sure enjoy when you have an article on history of something. Like a story about past carvers or the origin of certain methods or even about where a carving has come or gone. Please do some more on history.

                                 thanks,  Woodwright

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    Let me add my support for Just-a-woodwrights ideas. some more articles on the history of carving would be welcom. Lets start with Grindling Gibbons!

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      I am trying to write a report on the history of the Scroll Saw and I am haviing a hard time finding the information I need If anyone has any books or articals that might help or know any history they might be willing to share with me I am be contacted at rhyanbATgmailDOTcom If you know where I might find any information on this subject please help.

      Rhyan

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