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                                             CERAMICS IN AMERICA   2004

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction                                                                                                                    

Robert Hunter

                                                           

The Swan Cove Kiln: Chesapeake Tobacco Pipe Production,

 Circa 1650-1669                                                                                                                                             

Al Luckenbach                                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Archaeology of a Colonial Pottery Factory:

The Kilns and Ceramics of the “Poor Potter” of Yorktown                                                                  

Norman F. Barka                                                                                                                                        

Yorktown ’s “Poor Potter”: A Man Wise Beyond Discretion                                              

Martha W. McCartney and Edward Ayres                                                                                                                  

An “A-Marked” Porcelain Covered Bowl,

Cherokee Clay, and Colonial America’s Contribution to

the English Porcelain Industry                                                                                       

W. Ross Ramsay, Judith A. Hansen, and E. Gael Ramsay

 

The little Engine That Could: Adaptation of the

Engine-Turning Lathe in the Pottery Industry                                                               

Jonathan Rickard and Donald Carpentier

 

The Potters and Pottery of Morgan’s Town, Virginia:                                                   

The Earthenware Years, Circa 1796-1854                                                                    

Don Horvath and Richard Duez

 

Bernard Leach in America                                                                                              

Emmanuel Cooper 

 

Henry Remmey & Son, Late of New York:                                                                                  

A Rediscovery of a Master Potter’s Lost Years                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Luke Zipp

 

The Remarkable Stoneware of George N. Fulton,

Circa 1856-1894                                                                                                             

Kurt C. Russ  

 

A Hunting We Will Go! from Vauxhall to Lambeth, 1700-1956                                  

Ivor Noel Hume  

 

New Discoveries  

Introduction                                                                                                                     

Merry Abbitt Outlaw

 

A New Look at Old Stoneware: The pottery of Tildon Easton                                       

Barbara H. Magid

 

James Miller, Lost Potter of Alexandria , Virginia                                                           

Brandt Zipp and Mark Zipp

 

Relatedness and Fluidity among Stoneware Potters of

Washington County , Virginia                                                                                           

Christopher T. Espenshade

 

Jar or Jug?  A Handled Stoneware Storage Vessel from

the Delaware Valley                                                                                                        

William B. Liebeknecht

 

William Pecker Jar                                                                                                          

John Kille

 

Excavations at the Minton Factory:

Shedding New Light on Nineteenth-Century Pottery Kilns                                           

Jonathan Goodwin

 

If This Pot Could Sing                                                                                                    

Al Luckenbach

 

“THIS I MAD FOR YOV AND MOOM”                                                                      

Robert Werowinski

 

New Acquisitions at Chipstone                                                                                      

Robert Hunter

 

A Pernicious Influence?  Japanese Water Drop Ware                                                    

Mary C. Beaudry

 

An Investigation into “Ghosts” and Gilding on a

Kangxi Porcelain Pot in the J. Paul Getty Museum                                                         

Lisa Ellis  

 

Sherds of Chinese Porcelain Found at Old Mobile                                                          

Linda R. Shulsky

 

The John Dortch Site: Anglo Elegance on the Spanish

Louisiana Frontier                                                                                                            

Sara Hahn

 

Book Reviews                                       

If These Pots Could Talk: Collecting 2000 Years of British Household

Pottery, Ivor Noel Hume;  

review by Geoffrey Godden

 

Rudy Autio, Louana M. Lackey;  

review by Glenn Adamson

 

Pottery, Politics, Art: George Ohr and the Brothers Kirkpatrick,

Richard D. Mohr;  

review by Ellen Paul Denker

 

The Legacy of Maria Poveka Martinez, Richard L. Spivey;

review by Dwight P. Lanmon

 

The Traditional Crafts of Porcelain Making in Jingdezhen /

Jingdezhen chuantong zhi ci gongyi, Bai Ming; 

review by  William R. Sargent

 

Staffordshire Potters, 1781-1900: A comprehensive List

Assembled from Contemporary Directories with Selected Marks,

R.K. Henrywood;  

review by Miranda Goodby

 

Checklist of Articles, Books and Electronic Resources on

Ceramics in America Published 1998-2004                                                                    

review by Amy C. Earls

 

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