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There will be demonstrations by a blacksmith, weaver, spinner, knitter, chair caner and wood/stone carver.
In the collection are original and replicated buildings, such as a school, farm, blacksmith, general store and houses.
A blacksmith will return, as will a brain tanning demonstration, which Hodson said many people liked last year.
The 100-acre park features 100 working craftspeople such as blacksmiths, glassblowers and candle-makers.
Boyd Rankin, an armorer for the show who played Mikken the blacksmith in Season One of GoT, will be on hand, as will two of the Stark children's direwolves.
Other frozen occupations include services for home repairs and electronic equipment, developers of applications for cell phones and web pages, music teachers, education tutors and even blacksmiths.
Amazon’s recent purchase of Whole Foods intimates that even supermarkets may one day go the way of blacksmiths and soda fountains.
This nose-to-tail eatery is tucked into a former blacksmith shop in the heart of Hudson.
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Origin and Etymology of blacksmith
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
BLACKSMITH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blacksmith for English Language Learners
: a person who makes or repairs things made of iron (such as horseshoes)
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