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The collection of tools in the Davistown Museum is the result of the recovery of hand tools manufactured either in England, continental locations, or in the early forges, foundries, and factories of America during the settlement of New England by Europeans in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.

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The tool collection of The Davistown Museum -- -- reflects the evolution of toolmaking from Maine's first colonial dominion to the twilight years of its maritime culture during the late 19th century.

The organization of the museum's tool exhibition expresses the history of the state of Maine and its peculiar anomalies (e.g.

the depopulation of most areas of Maine east of Wells after 1676; coastal resettlement was gradual if sporadic until the fall of Quebec in 1759.) The historical schema used for the collation of these tools in the Museum collection expresses the rhythms of Maine's history -- the ancient dominions of the old maritime cultures of Maine and the gradual impact of the Industrial Revolution on this culture.

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European Precedents and the Early Industrial Revolution Metallurgy The Industrial Revolution in America Collector's Guides, Handbooks, and Dictionaries Tools of the Trades US and New England Toolmakers Tool Catalogs Tool Journals, Newsletters, and Auction Listings interprets the European settlement of Maine and New England through the medium of hand tools, always for archaeologists among the most revealing of the accidental durable remnants of ancient peoples.

The tool collection of The Davistown Museum -- -- reflects the evolution of toolmaking from Maine's first colonial dominion to the twilight years of its maritime culture during the late 19th century.The organization of the museum's tool exhibition expresses the history of the state of Maine and its peculiar anomalies (e.g.the depopulation of most areas of Maine east of Wells after 1676; coastal resettlement was gradual if sporadic until the fall of Quebec in 1759.) The historical schema used for the collation of these tools in the Museum collection expresses the rhythms of Maine's history -- the ancient dominions of the old maritime cultures of Maine and the gradual impact of the Industrial Revolution on this culture.These may all be purchased from our list of publications.European Precedents and the Early Industrial Revolution Metallurgy The Industrial Revolution in America Collector's Guides, Handbooks, and Dictionaries Tools of the Trades US and New England Toolmakers Tool Catalogs Tool Journals, Newsletters, and Auction Listings interprets the European settlement of Maine and New England through the medium of hand tools, always for archaeologists among the most revealing of the accidental durable remnants of ancient peoples.Particular emphasis is put on the display of hand tools characteristic of the maritime culture of Maine and New England, its shipbuilders and toolmakers, as well as the tools of the trades of the artisans of Davistown Plantation, later the towns of Montville and Liberty.