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www.bookfinder.com : just search on Author's name and get a list of publications. Prices are usually very reasonable.
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Abbott, MikeGoing With The Grain: Making Chairs in the 21st Century2013
978-0-9542345-7-7
A practical guide to making spindle back Post&Rung chairs
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Abbott, MikeGreen Woodwork: Working with wood the natural way1989
0-946819-18-1
A step-by-step guide to the background, preparation and practice of green woodwork, covering a whole range of fascinating projects. The author explains in simple terms what wood is and the advantages of using it green, the characteristics of different woods(available in England) and how to obtain them; which tools to buy and how to care for them.
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Abbott, MikeLiving Wood: From buying a woodland to making a chair2002
978-0-9542345-6-0
Woodland management and making ladder back chairs including cleaving, steam-bending and tight joinery techniques.
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Alexander, Jennie and Follansbee, PeterMake a Joint Stool from a Tree2012
978-0-9850777-0-9
An introduction to 17th century joinery where the authors take you into the forest to find an Oak tree, and into the workshop to split it into bolts, and turn those into a joint stool.
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Alexander, John D, JrMake A Chair from a Tree: An Introduction to Working Green Wood1978
0-918804-01-9 LCCCN: 78-58222
A complete guide to making an elegantly simple 2-Slat Post & Rung chair using green wood and simple hand tools.
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Barn the SpoonSpoon2017
978-0-7535-4597-3
A guide to spoon carving and the new wood culture
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Barn the SpoonWoodcraft2019
978-1-4645-7978-5
"Master the Art of Green Woodworking with Key Techniques and Inspiring Projects"
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Bizzarri, EliaMaster A Classic Milk Paint Finish2017
978-1-4403-5288-1
Available from Popular WoodWorking and on Elia's website
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Bowen, Tim & BetsanThe Welsh Stick Chair: A Visual Record2020
978-1-5272-5712-6
An awesome collection of images: Available from Lost Art Press
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Brown, JohnWelsh Stick Chairs1990
978-0-85442-083-4
In photograph and words the author explains how he makes his version of a Welsh Stick Chair. This book inspires and demonstrates but does not provide plans or dimensions. It is a wonderful introduction to making a sturdy Welsh chair.
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Bryant, DavidMaking Classic Country Chairs2001
0-7134-8040-8
Includes basics such as steam bending, seat weaving and chairmaking techniques as well as progects which include Windsor Chairs (2) and several Post&Rung styles with both slats and spindles. (English)
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Buchanan, GeorgeMaking Country Furniture1997
1-56158-262-X
Projects include a 5-plank stool and dadderback chairs
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Coperthwaite, Wm. SA Handmade Life2002
978-1-933392-47-9
He wrote the intro for Drew Langsner's "Country Woodcraft" - A book on a simpler lifestyle including green woodworking
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Dunbar, MikeMake A Windsor Chair2013
978-1-44033481-4
A guide to making Windsor chairs
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Dunbar, MikeWindsor Chairmaking1976
0-8038-8077-4
An introduction to Mike Dunbar’s process, and tools, for making Windsor chairs.
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Galbert, PeterWindsor Chairmaking2015
978-0-9906230-3-8
A combination of well written text and imaginative hand drawings guide the woodworker through Peter’s chairmanning process.
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Hellman, SeanShaving Horses, Lap Shaves and other Woodland Vices2017
978-0-9931861-1-0
A book of plans and techniques for the Green Woodworker: imaginative work holding devices
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Hill, JackCountry Chair Making1993
0-71538767-7
Plans and directions for making a variety of both Windsor and Post&Rung chairs (English)
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Hill, JackCountry Woodworker1995
0-8118-1086-0
How to make rustic furniture, utensils and decorations beginning with green wood (English)
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Hoadley, R BruceUnderstanding Wood: A craftsman's guide to wood technology1980
0-918804-05-1
A classic reference on the characteristics and properties of wood from green log to finished piece. Should be in every serious woodworker's library
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Hock,RonThe Perfect Edge--The Ultimate Guide to Sharpening for Woodworkers2012
978-1-55870-858-7
Every greenwoodworkers library should include a book on sharpening. Ron Hock not only knows making blades, he has expertise in sharpening them. All sorts of blades, with all sorts of approaches. His text and photos/drawings are complete, easily understood and readable.
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Langsner, DrewCountry Woodcraft1978
0-87857-201-5
Described as "A Handbook of Traditional Woodworking Techniques and Projects"
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Langsner, DrewCountry Woodcraft, Then and Now2020
978-1-7333916-6-5
Available at Lost Art Press
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Langsner, DrewGreen Woodworking : A hands on approach.2013
978-1-62620-453-9
His Revision of his 1987 work, Green Woodworking, updates the authors techniques, processes and projects as he works locally available green wood.
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Langsner, Drew
The Chairmaker’s Workshop: Handcrafting Windsor and Post-and-Rung Chairs
1997
978-1-60702-098-1
A good description of the processes used by Drew at his Country Workshops.
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Moser, ThomasThomas Moser's Windsor Chairmaking1982
0-8069-7630-6
Written 40 years ago, this is a mixed bag for green woodworkers -- short history, basic drawings and dimensions; survey of hand and low-tech machine-production techniques.
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Mursell, JamesWindsor Chairmaking2009
978-1-84797154-8
Tools, techniques, material selection, plans, measurements for 2 English and 2 American Windsor chairs.
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Nutting, WallaceA Windsor Handbook1917"Comprising illustrations and descriptions of Windsor furniture of all periods..."
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Pierce, KerryChairmaking Simplified 2008
978-1-55870-827-3
Includes basics such as material selection, turning parts, bending parts and weaving seats. Projects include Windsor Chairs (2) and a wide range of Shaker style Post&Rung chairs.
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Pierce, KerryThe Art of Chair-Making
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0-8069-9466-5
The projects include Windsor style pieces, benches, and Shaker style Post&Rung chairs. An excellent photo gallery of chairs
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Santore, CharlesThe Windsor Style in America: Volumes I and II1981
0-76240190-7
This is not a book about making Windsor chairs. Rather, it is the definitive pictorial study of the historical and regional characteristics of the most popular furniture form of Eighteenth-Century America (1730-1840)
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Tabor, RayGreen Woodworking Pattern Book2005
978-0713489149
A book of over 300 patterns for traditional craft designs
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Taunton, PressDesigning and Building Chairs2006
978-1-56158-732-2
The Best of FineWoodWorking including BowBack Windsor,Shaker Rocker, Post&Rung Stool. Good basic tips.
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Underhill, RoyThe WoodWright's Companion1983
0-8078-1540-3
Exploring Traditional WoodCraft
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Underhill, RoyThe WoodWright's Guide2008
978-0-8078-3245-5
Working Wood with Wedge and Edge
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Underhill, RoyThe WoodWright's WorkBook1086
0-8078-1711-2
Further Explorations in Traditional WoodCraft
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Vires, AntesWoodworking in Estonia2016
978-0-9906230-9-0
Tools and processes used by native woodworkers in Estonia
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Williams, ChristopherGood Work: The Chairmaking Life of John Brown2020
978-1-7333916-2-7
Williams describes working with John Brown, making his own chairs and includes several articles written by Brown
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