About the Site
This page grew out of a fusion of three of my hobbies: medieval/renaissance recreation, woodworking, and antique tool collecting. Most of what's out there on "traditional" (i.e.; hand tool) woodworking, antique tools, and woodworking focuses on the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. As a result, I've collected material on medieval and renaissance woodworking for my own use.
Like the rest of the Web, this is a perpetual work in progress. You might think of this as the online version of my notes - as I get more information on a subject I eventually turn it into an article. Feel free to email me (ghalstead at adelphia.net) with comments, suggestions, or additional information.
Where to find Things
Most of these pages include links to bibliographies and source lists, articles, photographs, suppliers, and other web sites.
Home - The "Front Page" of the site.
About - This page.
Articles - Articles on various aspects of medieval/Renaissance woodworking.
Pictures - All of the pictures in one convenient spot.
Links - Links to other interesting sites on the Web
Books - Books and other source material on a variety of woodworking-related topics.
About MeMy slightly outdated bio page.
Contents © 2005 Gary R. Halstead