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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cooper_(profession)

A cooper is a person trained to make wooden casks, barrels, vats, buckets, tubs, troughs and other staved containers, from timber that was usually heated or ...

www.history.org/almanack/life/trades/tradecoo.cfm

Many colonial coopers worked on plantations to produce the many hogsheads needed to ship tobacco from Virginia to Great Britain. Other coopers worked in ...

www.history.org/foundation/journal/autumn03/cooper.cfm

Near the windmill in the Historic Area, Colonial Williamsburg coopers coax straight wooden staves into round casks. From left, Ramona Vogel, Marshall Scheetz, ...

www.sarawhitford.com/coopers-in-colonial-america-everything-you-wanted-to-know

I had ancestors in the 1700s who were coopers, and while I have their estate ... Jonathan A. Hallman, a Journeyman Cooper with the Colonial Williamsburg ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Colonial+Cooper&v=ipmpakloozk
Jul 27, 2016 ... Colonial Cooper, Marshall Scheetz, shows us how Buckets and Barrels were made in Washington's time.

www.mrnussbaum.com/cooper

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  ...

www.colonialsense.com/Society-Lifestyle/Signs_of_the_Times/Cooper.php

The colonial trade that makes barrels and various casks is known as a cooper. His work was performed in a cooperage. It is a trade that dates back to well over ...

www.colonialwilliamsburg.com/locations/cooper

Barrels were the shipping containers of the 18th century. They could be made " slack" or watertight, suited to contain everything from flour to fine wine. They were  ...

bakerblockmuseum.org/heritage/cooper/barrelmaking.htm

On early census records an occupation listed was "Cooper." I thought it might be fun to let you see what your ancestor did for a living if he was thus employed.