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TT145 .N62 1853 [Info] The Mechanic's Companion (Philadelphia: P. Bell, 1853), by Peter Nicholson (multiple formats at Google)
TT151 .L53 [Info] A Manual of Mending and Repairing, With Diagrams (New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1896), by Charles Godfrey Leland (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT154 .M63 [Info] The Model Engineer and Electrician (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
TT155 .H7 1907 [Info] Home Mechanics for Amateurs (New York: Munn and Co., 1907), by George M. Hopkins (multiple formats at Google)
TT169.B7 [Info] Farm Shop Work, Practical Manual Training (New York et al: American Book Company, c1915), by Gerald Brace and D. D. Mayne, contrib. by Charles A. Prosser (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT180 .B6 [Info] Problems in Farm Woodwork: For Agricultural Schools, High Schools, Industrial Schools, and Country Schools (third edition; Peoria, IL: Manual Arts Press, 1919), by Samuel A. Blackburn (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT180 .F75 [Info] Carpentry and Woodwork (Chicago: McGowen-Maier and Co., c1911), by Edwin W. Foster (page images at HathiTrust)
TT180 .N8 [Info] Handwork in Wood (Peoria, IL: Manual Arts Press, c1910), by William Noyes
TT180 .W5 [Info] Woodworking for Beginners: A Manual for Amateurs (New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1906), by Charles G. Wheeler (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT180 .W6 [Info] Woodwork Joints: How They Are Set Out, How Made and Where Used (Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Co., n.d.), by William Fairham (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .B8 [Info] Shop Projects Based On Community Problems (Boston et al.: Ginn and Co., c1915), by Myron Garfield Burton
TT185 .C66 1938 [Info] A Comprehensive Handbook on the Uses and Applications of the Band Saw and Jig Saw, Containing Over 100 Photographic Illustrations and Line Drawings (Plainfield, NJ: Walker-Turner Co., c1934), by Walker-Turner Company (PDF at woodwordslibrary.com)
TT185 .G75 1902 [Info] Bench Work in Wood: A Course of Study and Practice Designed for the Use of Schools and Colleges (Boston: Ginn and Co., 1902), by W. F. M. Goss (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .G75 1905 [Info] Bench Work in Wood: A Course of Study and Practice Designed for the Use of Schools and Colleges (revised edition; Boston et al.: Ginn and Co., c1905), by W. F. M. Goss (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .G8 [Info] Essentials of Woodworking: A Textbook for Schools (Peoria, IL: Manual Arts Press, c1908), by Ira Samuel Griffith, illust. by Edwin Victor Lawrence (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .G84 [Info] Advanced Projects in Woodwork (Peoria, IL: Manual Arts Press, c1912), by Ira Samuel Griffith (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .G86 1916 [Info] Woodwork for Secondary Schools: A Text-Book for High Schools and Colleges, Prevocational and Elementary Industrial Schools (Peoria, IL: Manual Arts Press, c1916), by Ira Samuel Griffith (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .K5 [Info] Elements of Woodwork (New York et al.: American Book Co., c1911), by Charles A. King (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .R72 [Info] Farm Woodwork (Milwaukee: Bruce Pub. Co., c1919), by Louis M. Roehl (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .S17 [Info] The Teacher's Hand-Book of Slöjd, As Practiced and Taught at Nääs: Containing Explanations and Details of Each Exercise, With Practical Directions for Making the Models (third edition; Boston et al.: Silver, Burdett and Co., 1907), by Otto Salomon, trans. by Mary R. Walker and William Nelson, contrib. by Carl Nordendahl and Alfred Johansson (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT185 .S56 1890 [Info] Exercises in Wood-Working, With a Short Treatise on Wood: Written for Manual Training Classes in Schools and Colleges (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1890), by Ivin Sickels (multiple formats at archive.org)
TT186 .W35 1938 [Info] A Comprehensive Handbook on Uses and Applications of the Bench Saw, Jointer and Shaper (Plainfield, NJ: Walker-Turner Co., 1938), by Walker-Turner Company (PDF at woodworkinghistory.com)
TT187 .H6 [Info] The Sloyd System of Wood Working: With a Brief Description of the Eva Rodhe Model Series and an Historical Sketch of the Growth of the Manual Training Idea (New York et al.: American Book Co., c1892), by Benjamin B. Hoffman, contrib. by Otto Salomon
TT195 .W56 1909 [Info] Mission Furniture: How to Make It (3 parts; Chicago: Popular Mechanics Co., c1909-1912), by H. H. Windsor
TT197 .R8 [Info] Cabinet Making: Principles of Designing, Construction and Laying Out Work (Grand Rapids: Grand Rapids Furniture Record Co., c1913), by J. H. Rudd, contrib. by C. A. Zuppann and Walter K. Schmidt

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