How Maine Axes Were Made In 1965

How Maine Axes Were Made In 1965. Documentary shot at Emerson & Stevens in Oakland.

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  • kristi Cahill

    I am loving all the blogs and videos! This one was very interesting, I have done my fare share of blacksmithing….love watching this kind of stuff. This one sounded like an old Twilight Zone….

  • Thanks Kristi. A friend sent me the link to this video. I have 3 Emerson and Stevens axe heads, maybe one was filmed being made here? How awesome would it be to know the history of an old axe head, the places it’s seen, the trees that it has cut…

 


 

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