Where did most blacksmiths come from?

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Yes there are still Blacksmiths. Most Blacksmiths do it for fun. A portion of those blacksmith full time for a living.

The blacksmiths make horse shoes

In colonial times it was mostly from England and maybe France.

People coming from a long line of blacksmyths, arch rivals of the more commonly known blacksmiths. Most of the blacksmyths were defeated by the blacksmiths as not only was there spelling really bad, they could not not forge for sh#t.

Blacksmiths used a large array of tools, but the ones you hear about most are the forge, bellows, anvil, hammer, and tongs.

blacksmiths ate meat.]

No... blacksmiths work with metal....

Blacksmiths make hot fore.

Yes, with all the horses they have, there is a need for blacksmiths.

Horses and wagons could not have operated without blacksmiths. Blacksmiths did all the necessary repairs.

Vulcan Hephaestus is the Greek god of Blacksmiths.

Blacksmiths have existed since the middle ages. All those Crusaders could not have done without a lot of blacksmiths.

Slaves possibly worked for blacksmiths in the southern US. There were blacksmiths all over the world who did not use slave labour.

Yes, blacksmiths made and still make shields

Most blacksmiths shoed horses, or made nails, or made plows or tools. But some of the did make swords, and a few blacksmiths specialized in making swords and halberds and pikes.

blacksmiths eat meat,milk,bread sometimes grapes and steak.

Well actually they are just like the blacksmiths now.

The Blacksmiths were important since the pioneers needed metal things

Blacksmiths forged essentially everything made of metal, from swords to spoons.

Blacksmiths in the middle ages, as they do today, make things from iron and steel.

Blacksmiths were important because they were the ones who were able to make iron into useful items.

In colonial times horseshoes were made by blacksmiths.

There are a couple of things but the most common is a Smithy, a forge or an armoury, depending what is made there.

Most Vikings were farmers. They were also merchants, boat builders and Blacksmiths.

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