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Old Occupations Glossary Free Download

By Lauren Eisenstodt
Family Tree Magazine's free glossary of old occupations on a grey background.

So your ancestor was an axle tree maker — what does that mean? Use this glossary to translate your kin’s archaic occupations. For more career guidance, consult A Dictionary of Old Trades, Titles and Occupations by Colin Waters (Countryside Books) and USGenWeb’s Old Occupations Explained.

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