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front Pot Hook

The iron pot hook, made by a blacksmith of wrought iron, was used to hang pots and kettles over the cooking fire.
front Broom-corn broom
In the middle of the 19th century, the broom corn industry boomed in Hampshire and Franklin counties.
front Mason Jar
The Mason Jar, invented by John L. Mason in 1858, was a triumph of 19th century inventiveness. With it, people could store food for months or years when before it would have gone bad.
front Mason Jar
The Mason jar was patented in 1858 and brought a greater reliability to the household food preservation process.
front Knife
This knife was made by South River Cutlery during the company's short tenure in Conway center.
front Bean Pot
Made of earthenware, this glazed (on the inside only) bean pot could stay in the brick oven near the fireplace for hours to bake the dried beans that had been combined with molasses, mustard, onion, and salt pork.
front Pot Hooks/Adjustable Trammels

The trammel portion of the hook allows for five different positions of the hook, on which a pot or kettle would be hung over the fire.
front Stoneware Crock

This gray stoneware crock with cobalt blue decoration was used for food storage.
front Stoneware Crock

This gray stoneware crock with cobalt blue decoration was used for food storage.
front Brass Skimmer

The long handled skimmer, made of brass, was used to lift solid food from the cooking pot while leaving the liquid broth in the vessel.


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