2017 PMI Press Publication Where Did All the Blacksmiths Go? by Shirley Xanthos
The PMI Press is excited to announce its latest publication, Where Did All the Blacksmiths Go? written by Shirley Xanthos.
Thousands of years ago man made fire, man heated rock, man discovered by heating rock he could improve his weapons for hunting for food. This same man became intelligent enough to improve on these procedures and began making more sophisticated implements and weapons. This man became known as a blacksmith. With these skilful men communities grew, villages became towns, towns became cities and with growth came hunger and criminals. Britain sent its undesirables to the new colonies. Australia benefited from the abilities of these men but industrialisation raised factories and with them the loss of thousands of skilled tradesmen. So where did all the blacksmiths go?
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