Best Woodworking Books

Anyone have a list of their best woodworking books?
Some of my favorites are
"The Complete Illustrated Guides to Construction, Shaping Wood, and Joinery" (Taunton Press) (This is an excellent set) "The Complete Manual of Woodworking" Albert Jackson "The Complete Guide to Sharpening" Lee "Encyclopedia of Furniture Making" Joyce "The Complete Book of Shaker Furniture" Rieman "The Workbench Book" Landis "The Woodfinishing Book" Dresdner "Bandsaw Handbook" Duginske
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I would add:
The Table Saw Book by Kelly Mehler Tage Frid Teaches Woodworking Woodworking with the Router by Hylton and Matlack Measure Twice Cut Once by Tolpin
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Wed, Sep 1, 2004, 5:43pm (EDT+4) snipped-for-privacy@noone.com (Phisherman) wonders: Anyone have a list of their best woodworking books?
Sheesh. I come back for a couple of minutes, and people are still asking silly questions. The answer to that is obvious. http://webpages.charter.net/29Y/woodworking/books /
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