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Burning Stuff is so 16th Century

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Guest Essay by Kip Hansen – 4 November 2020 The image used here is of the charcoal-burning kilns in the Adirondacks, much of which were clear-cut in the late-1700s and early 1800s to provide timber and charcoal for the big cities of the Northeastern U.S. – particularly for New York City. Quoting from Joel T.…

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