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Placerville’s occupations in 1865 included a butcher, four bakers, a tinsmith, five carpenters, two lumber dealers, two boot and shoemakers, three stable keepers, four blacksmiths, four jewelers and five general storekeepers.
Everhart bought it from the granddaughter of the first owner, Charles A. Gauss, a tinsmith who also ran an unsuccessful mayoral campaign.
The best copper pans are handcrafted—hammered out by a coppersmith, then lined with pure tin (by a tinsmith) before being fit with a cast iron handle (by an ironsmith).
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