I have a picture of a tool chest from the Dominy shop in East Hampton. It and a recreation of the shop are on display at Winterthur. Interestingly, cabinetmakers of the day didn't just make furniture, they might build clocks, fix guns, repair boats, make coffins, hay rakes and just about anything else that would be used for daily living in the time. Most powered equipment was driven by an apprentice, hand turned lathes, planes with apprentice handles, etc. If I remember, there were some 800 tools in the Dominy shop bit they covered more applications than just woodworking. Very interesting to read about life in the day and the many skills it took just to survive.