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Bibliography

We suggest that the following texts be purchased in sufficient quantities for distribution to all participants:

Andrews, Jack - Edge of the Anvil - A Resource Book for the Blacksmith. Rodale Press, 33 E. Minor St., Emmaus, PA 18049 USA, or Diamond Forge, 1482 Maple Ave., Pauli, PA 19301 USA.

Weygers, Alexander - The Modern Blacksmith. Van Nastrand Reinhold Co., 135-50th St., New York, NY 10020 USA.

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The following text is an important resource that should be on hand for all trainers:

MacPherson, George - First Steps in Village Mechanization. Tanzania Publishing House, Box 2138, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

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These publications are recommended as general resource materials:

Berg, Liv; Nimpuno, K.; Van Zwanberg, R. - Toward Village Industry. Intermediate Technology Publications, Ltd., 9 King St., London, WC2E, 8 HN, United Kingdom.

Centre d'Etude et d'Experimentation du Machinisme Agricole Tropical(CEEMAT) - Aide-memoire de Moniteur de Culture Attelee. Parc de Tourvoie, 92160 Anthony, France.

Evans, Ianto; and Boutette, Michael - Lorena Stoves. Volunteers in Asia Press, Box 4543, Stanford, CA 94305 USA, July, 1981.

French Ministry of Cooperation - Manuel de Culture Avec Traction Animale, "Techniques Rurales en Afrique" series. 20 Rue Monsieur, 75700 Paris, France.

Inversin, Allen R. - "How to Build a Blacksmith's Bellows." Appropriate Technology Development Unit, Lae, Papua New Guinea, from "Appropriate Technology," Vol. 6, No. 4.

Inversin, Allen R. - A Blacksmith's Bellows. South Pacific Appropriate Technology Foundation, Box 6937, Boroko, Papua New Guinea, December, 1977.

Thornburn, Craig - Teknologi Kampungan: A Collection of Indigenous Indonesian Technologies. Volunteers in Asia Press, Box 4543, Stanford, CA 94305 USA, June, 1982.

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