Caste of Wood Workers
These are the only times where the Caste of Wood Workers is mentioned.
I make no pronouncements on these matters, but report them as I find them.
Arrive at your own conclusions.
I wish you well,
In a very simple case, for example, a given word, say, "Cibron," the name of a wood worker of Tabor, might occur.
Players of Gor Book 20 Page 369
Whereas all natural societies are characterized by rank, distance, and hierarchy, acknowledged or not, I think there is no Gorean caste, from the highest to the lowest, which does not regard itself as the equal or superior, in one way or another, to that of every other. Where would society be without the Builders, the Merchants, the Metal Workers, the Cloth Workers, the Wood Workers, the Leather Workers, the Peasant, with the great bow, the ox on whom the Home Stone rests?
Mariners of Gor Book 30 Pages 365 - 366
"But," said Eve, "if we are of low caste, of the Metal Workers, the Cloth Workers, the Workers in Wood, the Leather Workers, the Bakers, the Tarnsters, or such, we would have to be placed lower at the tables."
Conspirators of Gor Book 31 Page 26
The newcomers were four in number, two Peasants, a Wood Worker, and a Tarnkeeper.
I saw a pale, bearded face. The man was unarmed, save for a belt knife. He carried a now-shuttered dark lantern which had probably served him well in the dark streets. We could here, however, well enough make out one another, given the flames about the plaza. I took him for a worker in wood or a cloth worker.