The adze is a cutting tool shaped somewhat like an axe that dates back to the stone age. Adzes are used for smoothing or carving wood in hand woodworking, similar to an axe but with the cutting edge perpendicular to the handle.
A hand drill is just that...a drill operated by physically turning the drill body.
Axes have been around for centuries and used to chop a variety of wood.
A bow saw is a woodworking tool used for straight or curved cuts. A bow saw is a type of frame saw.
Broad axes have been used since ancient times until the end of 19th century in North America.
Froes are used in combination with wooden mallets to split wood vertically.
Before power and hand-cranked drills, T-shaped augers were used to poke holes into wood.
A plane, or hand plane, is a device that holds an iron chisel in a fixed position so wood can be evenly removed from the surface of a board.
The Scythe (pronounced like 'sigh') goes back to ancient times when Romans were mowing hay.
Wooden mallets were used by pioneers to build homes and build almost anything out of wood.