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Ceramics in America 2010
Robert Hunter, ed.; Luke Beckerdite, ed.

Chipstone Foundation



Contents

• Editorial Statement – Robert Hunter
• Preface – Jonathan Prown, Lee L. French, and Martha Parker
• Introduction – Robert Hunter
• Acknowledgments – Robert Hunter and Luke Beckerdite
• Collectors and Scholars of North Carolina Earthenware – Luke Beckerdite and Robert Hunter
• Slipware from the St. Asaph's Tradition – Luke Beckerdite, Johanna Brown, and Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton
• The Quaker Ceramic Tradition in Piedmont North Carolina – Hal E. Pugh and Eleanor Minnock-Pugh
• Solomon Loy: Master Potter of the Carolina Piedmont – Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton
• The Dennis Family Potters of New Salem, North Carolina – Hal E. Pugh and Eleanor Minnock-Pugh
• Mineralogical and Geochemical Characterization of Eighteenth-Century Moravian Pottery from North Carolina – J. Victor Owen and John D. Greenough
• Making North Carolina Earthenware – Mary Farrell
• Making a Marbled Slipware Bowl –Michelle Erickson and Robert Hunter
• A Recently Discovered Moravian Turtle Bottle – Johanna Brown
• A Unique Slipware Barrel and Related Dish: Recent Finds from the St. Asaph's Tradition – Luke Beckerdite
• The “Hannah” Dish – Hal E. Pugh and Eleanor Minnock-Pugh
• Visual Index to
Art in Clay: Masterworks of North Carolina Earthenware
Selected References
• Index

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