Tin ware (tinware) in historic New England.

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Tinware from New England

One of the most important early domestic manufactures of New England was tinware (more commonly written as two words, tin ware, during the early industrial period). Easier to work than iron, tin was commonly used to make cups, pots, pails, lanterns, canteens, reflector ovens, wash basins, spectacle cases and boxes of various kinds, and many other household items. Hayward's New England Gazetteer documented many towns in which the production of tinware was an especially prominent business in the 1830s:

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