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A North Bennet Street School Gallery

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Produced by: Ed Pirnik

North Bennet's Legacy of Craftsmanship
North Bennet Street School has been teaching woodworking in one form or another in the same building in Boston since the 1880's. At first, it pioneered shop class for grammar school students. Now it offers a wide range of workshops as well as perhaps the country's most rigorous two-year program in traditional furniture making. This slideshow features work by just a few of the outstanding makers who have attended the school.

Stellar Training in Craftsmanship. Period.
Be sure not to miss the companion article from Fine Woodworking issue 213.

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