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Old trades need new blood

Fanshawe Pioneer Village and the Local Training Board join forces to create lively displays and promote skilled trades.
HANK DANISZEWSKI, Free Press Reporter   2005-08-07 01:15:16  

Using foot power to spin the pioneer treadle lathe, Matt Falls slowly pares down a block of wood to produce a souvenir baseball bat he will brand with the letter T, for the old London Tecumsehs championship ball team.

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