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Ceramics in America 2006

Editorial Statement
Robert Hunter

Introduction
Robert Hunter

Commemorative Wares in George Washington’s Hometown
Barbara H. Magid

Fragile Lessons: Ceramic and Porcelain Representations of Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Jill Weitzman Fenichell

Beneath his Magic Touch: The Dated Vessels of the African-American Slave Potter Dave
Arthur F. Goldberg and James Witkowski

Fluid Vessel: Journey of the Jug
John A. Burrison

Making Faces: Archaeological Evidence of African-American Face Jug Production
Mark M. Newell with Peter Lenzo

Ceramics at Hampton, Baltimore County, Maryland
Diana Edwards and Lynne Dakin Hastings

Seventeenth-Century Tobacco Pipe Manufacturing in the Chesapeake Region: A Preliminary Delineation of Makers and Their Styles
Al Luckenbach and Taft Kiser

J. Palin Thorley (1892-1987), Potter and Designer: Part 2, Williamsburg
John C. Austin

Neither “Landskip” nor “Scripture”: Collecting Dutch Maritime Tiles
Ivor Noël Hume

New Discoveries

New Discoveries - Introduction
Merry Abbitt Outlaw

A Yankee Jug in Dixie
Robert Hunter and Hank D. Lutton

Mixing Religion and Drink: Personified Expressions in Rockingham Glaze
John E. Kille

Painted Tiles from Tulip Hill, Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Al Luckenbach

Peter Bell Jar
Ronald L. Napier

A “Wretched Tile” from Jamestown
Beverly A. Straube

Creating Architectural Elements in Clay
Gerald L. Thiebolt

A Designer Touches Clay
Warren Bakley

Early Examples of American Architectural Terracotta in Charleston, South Carolina
Susan Tunick and Jay Shockley

A Pot for Abby Cross off Westerly, Rhode Island, and Stonington, Connecticut
Kathryn Boxhorn

Book Reviews

An Archaeological Guide to British Ceramics in Australia, 1788–1901
Review by Marie Blake Morton, M.A. R.P.A.

White Salt-Glazed Stoneware of the British Isles
Review by Troy D. Chappell

Potters: Oral History in the Staffordshire Ceramic Industry
Review by Amy C. Earls

The Leeds Pottery, 1770–1881
Review by Pat Halfpenny

The Unforgiving Minute
Review by Carl L. Crossman

The Vanished Landscape: A 1930s Childhood in the Potteries
Review by Amy C. Earls

Early Potters and Potteries of Delaware: Historical and Commercial Perspectives, 1760–1890
Review by George H. Lukacs

Chinese Export Porcelain in the Reeves Center Collection at Washington and Lee University
Review by Andrew Madsen

An Archaeological Evolution
Review by Garry Wheeler Stone

The Potter’s Eye: Art and Tradition in North Carolina Pottery
Review by Robert Hunter

Feathers and Foliage: The Life and Times of the Pearlware Peafowl
Review by Paul Fox

Old Limoges: Haviland Porcelain Design and Décor: 1845–1865
Review by Susan Gray Detweiler