Norton Stoneware and American Redware: The Bennington Museum Collection. Copyright 1991, second printing 2003.
Paul Cushman: The Work and World of an Early 19th Century Albany Potter. Published by the Albany Institute of History and Art, copyright 2007.
This book was published in conjunction with the Albany Institute's wonderful exhibit of Cushman's work.
Early American Folk Pottery by Harold F. Guilland, copyright 1971.
This book examines the early history of stoneware illustrated with artwork selected from the Index of American Design. It's a great addition to any stoneware collector's library
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Early American Stencils on Walls and Furniture by Janet Waring, copyright 1968.
This is a soft cover reprint of Janet Waring's well-known book, first published in 1937.
Poughkeepsie Potters and the Plague by George H. Lukacs, copyright 2001.
This book is part of the Images of America Series and provides a facinating look at the history of stoneware in this part of the Hudson Valley. The author is an expert on Poughkeepsie stoneware and this popular out-of-print book has become increasingly more difficult to find.
The Folk Arts and Crafts of New England by Priscilla Lord and Daniel J. Foley. Copyright 1965, second printing 1975.
Crafts and Craftsmen of New Jersey by Walter Hamilton Van Hoesen, copyright 1973.
Plain & Fancy: American Women and Their Needlework, 1650 - 1850 by Susan Burrows Swan. Copyright 1977, second printing 1995.
Antiques of American Childhood by Katharine Morrison McClinton, copyright 1970.
American Windsor Furniture: Specialized Forms by Nancy Goyne Evans, copyright 1997.
Antique Tin & Tole Ware: Its History and Romance by Mary Earle Gould. Copyright 1958, second printing 1967.