In this picture, blacksmiths are at work in their shop. In a blacksmith shop, you could make a lot of things like horseshoes, fences, horse-racing buggies (wheels), and much more. Blacksmiths were really important back then.
As you can see, there are horseshoes hanging on the top of the shop. There are three blacksmiths in the photo. Blacksmiths wore aprons in the shop so they wouldn't get burnt. Blacksmiths worked with fire, metal, iron. and more.
Blacksmith's Workshop, ca. 1910
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