Bush Hammer

Contributed by Maine Granite Industry Historical Society

Bush Hammer
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Description

Commonly known as the Bushing Hammer, made of four, six, eight, ten or more thin blades of steel, bolted together as to form a single piece, the striking faces of which are deepy and sharply grooved. There were four granite tool companies in Maine producing these hammers, Livingstone (later Bicknell) in Rockland, H. H. Harvey in Augusta, B. Kelley & Co. and Belfast Machine and Foundry Co. in Belfast.

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About This Item

  • Title: Bush Hammer
  • Creation Date: circa 1890
  • Subject Date: circa 1890
  • Local Name: Hall Quarry
  • Town: Mount Desert
  • County: Hancock
  • State: ME
  • Media: Wood and Metal
  • Object Type: Physical Object

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Maine Granite Industry Historical Society
62 Beech Hill Crossroad, Mount Desert, ME 04660
(207) 244-0175
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