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  1. The Patriot Woodwiki

    This is a knowledge-base repository of wood related subjects and the people who make the art and industry, and the tools and machinery used to create and form the wood, and the wood and material and the process's that are used to form and shape the wood.
  2. Project Gutenberg

  3. Woodworking History

    This is a wonderful historical data base full of great information about woodworking in America.
  4. OCLC WorldCat

  5. Internet Archive

    Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
  6. Dear folks, our research category is building up some pretty neat websites to help you research and just simply enjoy. Some of the links available are information sites for Stanley Tools and one of my go to favorites for research is the Renwick Gallery of The Smithsonian Art Museum. I use the Renwick Gallery for research and enjoyment of our notable woodworkers both past and present. Here is a neat link to Sam Maloof at the Renwick Gallery, Maloof on Maloof. If you'd like to see what's cooking at the Research Links Directory please see us at http://thepatriotwoodworker.com/links/category/17-research/ And remember, all our members are able to add their own links to our directory of their favorite places to visit. If a category does not exist for your subject, just give us a holler and we'll build one for you. You can also add your own personal websites to our Links Directory too! Here is a tutorial on adding your own links at Have fun!
  7. Wikipedia

  8. The Smithsonian Institute is a premier destination for education, research, fun and shared files and images.
  9. Id' like to thank the folks who participated in the first research question as seen at as posted by member Courtland. And now we have another question to spur the creative juices in a woodworker's heart. Let's talk about categories, main categories, if you were given 9 categories to define woodworking, what would they be? These 9 categories should be incredibly general, as there can be endless sub categories. For example, (not in any particular order) Industry (the world in woodworking, business, transportation of wood, milling, management) Technology (tools, machinery, advancements, etc) History (from the cavemen to modern day woodworkers, how did we get to where we are at today) People (basically famous folks, Tage Frid, Nakashima, etc.) Botany (the wood, it's uses, ratings of usefulness, types of wood, trees and more) Media (magazines, shows, advertising campaigns from the past, old labels, decals, graphic arts) (For a category I need one word that describes what woodworkers make, ie: cabinets, art, crafts, furnishings) (Empty) (Empty) Get the idea? If you can, try to stay away from narrowing down the discipline, that is what sub categories are for. We are looking for big generalizations for categories. Feel free to substitute anything we have on that category list thus far, this is only a sample. Thank you once again for your time and thought on this project.
  10. There are a ton of resources out there to find information about this and that, and woodworking in particular. I would like to know if you guys know of any research resources that are open content, meaning public domain type of work, with out copyright or open content that is shareable with a citation or reference. One example is the The Smithsonian, they have a "no known copyright restrictions" because in the most basic sense, it's ours already, our tax dollars have paid for the content at the Smithsonian website so it's basically ours to a degree, that we do not use it for commercial purposes, yet for educational and sharing. I am interested mainly in woodworking realated content, I remember there was a location to download old books about woodworking, but I cannot find it now, it was government archives. National Archives is another example, but are there more? Do you know of archival research sources in the public domain, open content? Thanks for any help

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