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Ceramics in America 2003

Editorial Statement
Robert Hunter

Introduction
Robert Hunter

"Our Home in the West": Staffordshire Potters and Their Emigration to the America in the 1840s
Miranda Goodby

Highlights in the Development of the Rockingham and Yellow Ware Industry in the United States - A Brief Review with Representative Examples
Arthur F. Goldberg

In the Philadelphia Style: The Pottery of Henry Piercy
Barbara H. Magid and Bernard K. Means

Swirls and Whirls: English Agateware Technology
Michelle Erickson and Robert Hunter

The Talbot Hotel Pit Group
Peter Williams

Through the Lookinge Glasse: or, the Chamber Pot as a Mirror of Its Time
Ivor Noel Hume

Taken for Granite: Terracotta Gravemarkers from New Jersey and New York
Richard Veit and Mark Nonestied

Meditations on a Chinese Musician
Graham Hood

"Informed Conjecture": Collecting Long Island Redware
Anthony W. Butera, Jr.

New Discoveries

New Discoveries - Introduction
Merry Abbitt Outlaw

A Coxon Waster Deposit of the Mid-1860's Sampled in Trenton, New Jersey
William B. Liebeknecht, Rebecca White, and Richard W. Hunter

Excavations on the Site of the Lewis Pottery Complex, Buckley, North Wales, United Kingdom
Leigh J. Dodd

A Maryland Grouping of Bow and Derby Figures of the 1760s
Stephen E. Patrick

Samuel Malkin in Philidelphia: A remarkable Slipware Assemblage
David G. Orr

The Two Faces of Anthony Baecher
Christopher T. Espenshade

The Richards Face — Shades of and Eighteenth-Century American Bellarmine
William B. Liebeknecht and Richard W. Hunter

The Prodigal Son Returns to Jamestown
Beverly A. Straube

Backcountry Sophistication: Anthropomorphic Elements from a Piedmont North Carolina Kiln
Alain C. Outlaw

Toy Story
L. Madison Washburn

Molded Malevolence: Instrumental Symbolism Rendered in Clay
Christopher C. Fennell

Making His M A R K
Mark M. Newell

Book Reviews

An Illustrated Guide to Minton Printed Pottery, 1796–1836
Review by Robert Copeland

The Potter’s Art
Review by Ellen Paul Denker

China and Glass in America, 1880–1980: From Tabletop to TV Tray
Review by Amy C. Earls

Delftware at Historic Deerfield, 1600–1800
Review by Louise P. Richardson

Rookwood and the Industry of Art: Women, Culture, and Commerce, 1880–1913
Review by Cynthia Brandimarte

Porcelain from the “Vung Tau” Wreck: The Hallstrom Excavation
Review by Linda R. Shulsky