[Bonwicke] hide tanning

Charlie Cain / Larkin O'Kane larkinokane at cox.net
Tue Dec 6 04:36:53 PST 2005


Googled "leather tanning" and got a lot of potentially useful sites. A 
few of those that I thought might be especially helpful are:
http://www.alpharubicon.com/primitive/tanningdragoona.htm "Tanning Leather"

http://www.unc.edu/courses/rometech/public/content/arts_and_crafts/April_Anderson/aaleather.html 
"From Skin to Leather"

http://www.nps.gov/colo/Jthanout/Tanning.html "TANNING LEATHER IN THE 
17TH CENTURY How it's Done"

http://www.personal.utulsa.edu/~marc-carlson/leather/pl.html "written 
almost entirely by Rick Cavasin (AKA Master Balderik cav at bnr.ca 
<mailto:cav at bnr.ca>) and is copyrighted by the him"

http://www.cahe.nmsu.edu/pubs/_l/l-103.html "Tanning Deer Hides and 
Small Fur Skins"

Hope this at least gets you started.

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HE Chiang wrote:

> I am sure that it does for many of us. But back to the original 
> meaning of the subject, you might try looking at the Tandy Leather 
> site, they should have some tanning kits you can order.
> Chiang
>
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