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A specia lized cra ftsma n of the sh ipyard, the ca ulker, forced tarred hemp caulking material into th e sea ms of planki ng by st riking an iron caulking tool with anothe r hammer form, the ca ulking mallet . This was mad e with a fifteeninch -lon g cylindrica l head. T o judge by those used in N ew England shipya rds and offere d for sale in a ca ta log of the 1870s, lignum vitae and southe rn live oak were pr eferred for th e heads of th ese mallets . and th rou gh the eye, and turn th e projectin g ends to prevent the head fr om becoming loose.
After selecting a four-foot length of hardwood about five inches in diameter for a handle, th e Indian made a chisel from the leg bone of a tapir, which he also sharpened on th e sandstone block. He next chiseled a deep oval hole in one end of th e axe handle to receive th e upp er, un polished end of th e axe head . He trimmed th e remainder of th e handle to a diameter of about two inch es by splitt ing off excess wood with the bone chi sel, and, finall y forc e-fitted th e axe head int o the hole of the handle.
Copp er , th e esse ntial element, was first work ed cold, by hamm ering, to make sma ll orname ntal objects such as th e beads and pin s found in an E gypti an grave fr om 4000 B. C . 4 Fully fired potter y dates from thi s same era, and th e relati onship between pott er y kilns and confined fires for annealing and smelting metal s is sig nificant. The metallurgical technique of ann ealin g , wh erein lar ge pieces of free copp er were heat ed and cooled as th ey were worked and reworked by hamm erin g to desired shapes, wa s an imp ort ant discover y.
American Woodworking Tools by P. Kebabian, et. al.,