How to Put Rope to Work on the Farm

By: Plymouth Cordage Company

Price: $19.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good

Simple and concise uses for rope, weights, strengths and working loads. All the knots useful in farm work are illustrated including splicing. --------- Stapled pictorial wraps; 35 pages of text and illustration. Moderate edge wear; internally clean. -------- 3 copies currently held in University Libraries [OCLC] --------- The company, founded in 1824, had a large factory located on the Plymouth waterfront. By the late 19th century, the Plymouth Cordage Company had become the largest manufacturer of rope and twine in the world. -------- The company specialized in ship rigging, and was chosen among other competitors in the early 1900s to manufacture the rope used on the USS Constitution. The company's twine, Plymouth binder twine, popular among farmers. [wiki]

Title: How to Put Rope to Work on the Farm

Author Name: Plymouth Cordage Company

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Canada, Plymouth Cordage Company: 1946

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Book

Seller ID: 011789

Keywords: Rope Farm supplies Knots Rope - splicing,