A cooper is someone in the trade of making utensils, casks, drums and barrels
and other accessories, usually out of wood, but sometimes using other materials.
Today in Colonial Williamsburg, the master cooper, his journeymen, and
apprentices ... Many colonial coopers worked on plantations to produce the many
This page describes the work of a colonial cooper. Did you know that coopers
made a type of barrel called a hogshead, which was used to ship huge quantities
Jun 11, 2012 ... A cooper who made barrels did well in port towns and centers of ... to be done
several times to be absorbed, and then repeated infrequently.
Colonial coopers used an abundance of carpentry tools to cut and shape wood.
... What cooking tools did the Pilgrims use during colonial times?
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Aug 22, 2012 ... This is a video of 'Jack the Cooper' making barrels as they would have been
crafted in the 18th century. The annual Revolutionary War ...
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Apr 23, 2011 ... The Cooper at Colonial Williamsburg. Dicecatt ... Colonial Williamsburg Hay
Cabinet Shop Tour (part 1) "Outside the Shop" - Duration: 6:50.
The cooper business in 18th-century Colonial America thrived because the
wooden casks, ... Coopers were in great demand in the 18th-century colonial
Apr 30, 2010 ... That, according to Ramona Vogel, journeyman cooper at Colonial ... for 7 years—
the traditional period—before becoming journeymen.
Learn about tours of the Cooper in Colonial Williamsburg's Revolutionary City,
see hours of operation, and buy tickets online.