Power from fire and water



The Wade House in Greenbush, in association with the Wisconsin Science Festival, demonstrated for visitors over the weekend how early settlers harnessed fire and water to power blacksmith’s shops and sawmills, including a hands-on chance to craft a metal object (cover). The Wade House in Greenbush, in association with the Wisconsin Science Festival, demonstrated for visitors over the weekend how early settlers harnessed fire and water to power blacksmith’s shops and sawmills, including a hands-on chance to craft a metal object (cover).



Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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