History/Tradition of the Trades (Electrical (Historical Events (Benjamin…
History/Tradition of the Trades
Carpentry is one of the oldest trades that is still used today. The word carpentry comes from the French word "charpentier" which means "a carriage maker". Carpentry is simply the art and trade of cutting, working, and joining timber. A carpenter is a principal builder along with a mason.
In Genesis 1, God created the three-level world as a space in the midst of the waters for humanity; in Genesis 6–8 he fills that space with waters again, saving only Noah, his family and the animals with him in the ark.
Historical buildings/ events in masonry include the; The Great Pyramids, The Roman Colosseum, The Taj Mahal, The Great Wall of China, The Big Ben Clock and Leaning Tower of Pisa
Trowels, chisel, masonhammer, jointer, square, level, straightedge
The earliest recorded 'making' of a Freemason in England is that of Elias Ashmole in 1646. Organised Freemasonry began with the founding of the Grand Lodge of England on 24 June 1717,
Benjamin Franklin´s kite experiment was the first proof of electricity and later lead to Thomas Eddison, through experimenting and later understanding how electricity flows, inventing the light bulb in 1879.
Maybe you have heard about the famous kite experiment by American Founding Father and inventor Benjamin Franklin. In 1752, to prove that lightning was electrical, he flew a kite during a thunderstorm. Throughout the next hundred years, many inventors and scientists tried to find a way to use electrical power to make light.
Tools: An Electrician's tool bag primarily will consist of wire strippers, lineman pliers, needle nose pliers, diagonal side cutting pliers(dikes), ball-peen hammer, wire nuts, different sized screwdrivers, etc.
Plumbing originated during ancient civilizations such as the Greek, Roman, Persian, Indian, and Chinese cities as they developed public baths and needed to provide potable water and wastewater removal, for larger numbers of people
For the first time, iron pipe was installed in Siegerland, Germany. German craftsmen had learned how to build fires hot enough to melt iron and pour it into castings to make hollow pipe. (1455)