(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from George Ranch Historical Park in Richmond TX.) Vital to the ranch at the turn of the century was the town blacksmith whose main job was to make and repair tools wagons & household items first by heating iron to over 1000 degrees in a forage then hammering & shaping it on this metal block

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QUESTION: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from George Ranch Historical Park in Richmond TX.) Vital to the ranch at the turn of the century was the town blacksmith whose main job was to make and repair tools wagons & household items first by heating iron to over 1000 degrees in a forage then hammering & shaping it on this metal block
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