The first resource to teach both modern and historical techniques for wooden jigsaw puzzle manufacture. Includes primary source instructions from the height of the wooden jigsaw puzzle craze (1910's through 1930's). Documents puzzle evolution from the Colonial era to the present, and describes modern materials, tools, and techniques. Chapters include scroll saw and materials selection, instructions for making nostalgic styled puzzle boxes, hard to find instructions for stack cutting, an extensive selection of gluing options, a starter library of figural shapes, a little known trade secret for repositionable cutting guides, and information on wooden jigsaw puzzle manufacture as a business. Concise, no fluff format assumes reader has a rudimentary grasp on scroll saw operation, and offers an array of simple assignments for hands-on skill development. This handy reference is suitable for use by reenactors, educators, students of all ages, and home based entrepreneurs.