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[blak-smith-ing] /ˈblækˌsmɪθ ɪŋ/
the work of a blacksmith.
Origin of blacksmithing
1820-30; blacksmith + -ing1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Workshops are also given in kite-making and blacksmithing.
  • Complete with animals and a garden, the exhibit also delves into the areas rural industries, such as milling and blacksmithing.
  • Costumed guides demonstrate weaving, blacksmithing, cooking and brick-making.
  • Quilting, blacksmithing, basket making at a folk school.
  • Learn about blacksmithing and how to start a fire with flint.
  • But sometimes riches could be made not in gold but in the jobs people did for the miners, such as blacksmithing or selling tools.
  • Crafts and skills such as soap making and blacksmithing were vital to the well being of individuals.
  • As with blacksmithing, the handle would have been added later.
  • Kids can also hop aboard a tractor-drawn wagon or view demonstrations of blacksmithing and wool spinning.
  • Interactive demonstrations include blacksmithing and gardening.

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