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Program addresses role of Revolutionary blacksmiths

12:14 PM, Mar. 17, 2014
Sara Hagen, left, and Joanne Hagen presented a program on Revolutionary blacksmiths during the March 12 meeting of Nay-osh-ing Chapter, Plover, Daughters of the American Revolution.
Sara Hagen, left, and Joanne Hagen presented a program on Revolutionary blacksmiths during the March 12 meeting of Nay-osh-ing Chapter, Plover, Daughters of the American Revolution.
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Nay-osh-ing Chapter, Plover, Daughters of the American Revolution held its meeting March 12 at Shooters.

Joanne and Sara Hagen presented an interesting program on the Revolutionary blacksmith. Their patriot ancestor was listed as a blacksmith and so they were eager to find out as much as possible about that role in the war. They found a book from a Revolutionary blacksmith demonstrator, written by Paw Paw Wilson, who found a journal and tool box from a blacksmith of the war.

It stated that a young man at that time would study his trade as an apprentice under a master. When his skills became ...

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