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Thomas Day: Master Craftsman And Free Man Of Color By Patricia Phillips Marshall And Jo Ramsay Leimenstoll, Jill Beute Koverman Sep 2010

Thomas Day: Master Craftsman And Free Man Of Color By Patricia Phillips Marshall And Jo Ramsay Leimenstoll, Jill Beute Koverman

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Rosa And Winton Eugene: A Marriage Of Making, Jill Beute Koverman Aug 2010

Rosa And Winton Eugene: A Marriage Of Making, Jill Beute Koverman

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Clay Connections: A Thousand-Mile Journey From South Carolina To Texas, Jill Beute Koverman Jan 2009

Clay Connections: A Thousand-Mile Journey From South Carolina To Texas, Jill Beute Koverman

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This publication is based on papers delivered at the inaugural David B. Warren Symposium, "American Culture and the Texas Experience," presented by Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Feb. 9-10, 2007. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, established the biennial David B. Warren Symposium, "American Material Culture and the Texas Experience," to honor Bayou Bend's founding director emeritus. This volume presents five papers from the inaugural symposium, placing the pre-1900 material culture of Texas, the lower South, and the Southwest within a national and international context.

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Key Ingredients: South Carolina By Food, Saddler Taylor Apr 2008

Key Ingredients: South Carolina By Food, Saddler Taylor

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In partnership with the McKissick Museum at the University of South Carolina, The Humanities Council SC created an educational companion booklet, Key Ingredients: South Carolina by Food, to go with the tour of the Smithsonian exhibit, Key Ingredients: America By Food, in South Carolina. The booklet promotes the five small community museums that hosted the exhibit, as well as offering informative articles about our rich South Carolina food heritage written by scholars from across the state, including Amanda Dew Manning, Stephen Criswell, and Will Moreau Goins. The booklet was compiled by scholar Saddler Taylor, Curator of Research and Folklife at ...


Edgefield Pottery, Jill Beute Koverman Jan 2007

Edgefield Pottery, Jill Beute Koverman

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Communities Of Heritage — Southern Contributions, Jill Beute Koverman Jan 2007

Communities Of Heritage — Southern Contributions, Jill Beute Koverman

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The Ceramic Works Of David Drake, Aka, Dave The Potter Or Dave The Slave Of Edgefield, South Carolina, Jill Beute Koverman Jan 2005

The Ceramic Works Of David Drake, Aka, Dave The Potter Or Dave The Slave Of Edgefield, South Carolina, Jill Beute Koverman

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By The Light Of The Moon – The Hash Pot Runneth Over, Saddler Taylor Jan 2004

By The Light Of The Moon – The Hash Pot Runneth Over, Saddler Taylor

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The Pottery Collections, Jill Beute Koverman Jan 2004

The Pottery Collections, Jill Beute Koverman

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South Carolina Hash: By The Light Of The Moon, Saddler Taylor Oct 2001

South Carolina Hash: By The Light Of The Moon, Saddler Taylor

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