From Stick and Stones, Antlers and Bones - Publications - Jersey Heritage

No one can farm without tools, and the progression from simple handcrafted implements to modern machinery is a fascinating story. The author has carried out much research, and explored the archives of other places as well as his native island in order to paint on a broader canvas.

It sets in context important local inventions such as the potato planting plough designed by Jean de Boutillier in 1835 and used for over a century.


Available to buy from: Jersey Museum and Hamptonne Country Life Museum. £39.95

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