Tennessee Archaeology Net Bibliography Page

A Bibliography of Ceramic Artifacts.

compiled by William Hampton Adams (bill.adams@flinders.edu.au)

If you have additions and corrections, please contact the author.



Adams, William Hampton
	1976a	Silcott, Washington: Ethnoarchaeology of a Rural American
		Community. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Department of
		Anthropology. Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Adams, William Hampton
	1976b	Trade Networks and Interaction Spheres^╦A View from
		Silcott. Historical Archaeology 10:99-112.

Adams, William Hampton
	1977	Silcott, Washington: Ethnoarchaeology of a Rural American
		Community.  Laboratory of Anthropology, Washington State
		University, Pullman.

Adams, William Hampton, Ed.
	1980	Waverly Plantation: Ethnoarchaeology of a Tenant Farming
		Community. National Technical Information Service,
		Washington, D.C.

Adams, William Hampton, Ed.
	1987	Historical Archaeology of Plantations at Kings Bay,
		Camden County, Georgia. Department of Anthropology,
		University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Adams, William Hampton
	1991	Trade Networks and Interaction Spheres^╦A View from
		Silcott. Approaches to Material Culture Research for
		Historical Archaeologists. edited by Lester A. Ross
		George L. Miller, Olive R. Jones, and Teresita Majewski,
		pp. 385-98. Society for Historical Archaeology,

Adams, William H., and Sarah J. Boling
	1989	Status and Ceramics for Planters and Slaves on Three
		Georgia Coastal Plantations. Historical Archaeology
		23(1):69-96.

Adams, William Hampton, and Sarah J. Boling
	1991	Status and Ceramics for Planters and Slaves on Three
		Georgia Coastal Plantations. Approaches to Material
		Culture Research for Historical Archaeologists. edited by
		Lester A. Ross George L. Miller, Olive R. Jones, and
		Teresita Majewski, pp. 59-86. Society for Historical
		Archaeology,

Adams, William H., Peter M. Bowers, and Catherine M. Williams
	1997	Commodity Flow and Access to the Market. Historical
		Development of the Chena River Waterfront, Fairbanks,
		Alaska: An Archaeological Perspective. edited by Brian L.
		Gannon Peter M. Bowers, pp. Alaska Department of
		Transportation and Public Facilities, Fairbanks, AK.

Adams, William H., and Linda P. Gaw
	1977	A Model for Determining Time Lag of Ceramic Artifacts.
		Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 11(2):218-31.

Adams, William Hampton, Linda P. Gaw, and Frank C. Leonhardy
	1975	Archaeological Excavations at Silcott, Washington: The
		Data Inventory. Laboratory of Anthropology, Washington
		State University, Pullman, WA.

Adams, William Hampton, Steven D. Smith, David F. Barton, Timothy B.
Riordan, and Stephen Poyser
	1981	Bay Springs Mill: Historical Archaeology of a Rural
		Mississippi Cotton Milling Community. National Technical
		Information Service, Washington, D.C.

Altman, Seymour, and Violet Altman
	1969	The Book of Buffalo Pottery. Bonanza Books, New York, NY.

Anderson, Brenda
	1980	Letter to William H. Adams from Ball Corporation, Muncie,
		Indiana.

Atterbury, Paul
	1978	English Pottery and Porcelain. Mainstreet Press, Clinton,
		NJ.

Barber, E. A.
	1901	Anglo^╦American Pottery, Old English China with American
		Views. Patterson and White, Philadelphia, PA.

Barber, E. A.
	1904	Marks of American Potters. Patterson and White,
		Philadelphia, PA.

Bartovics, Albert F.
	1981	The Archaeology of Daniels Village: An Experiment in
		Settlement Archaeology. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation,
		Department of Brown University, Providence, RI.

Bartovics, Albert F., and William Hampton Adams
	1980	Ceramic Typology. Waverly Plantation: Ethnoarchaeology of
		a Tenant Farming Community. National Technical
		Information Service, Washington, D.C.

Bemrose, Geoffrey
	1952	Nineteenth Century English Pottery and Porcelain. Faber
		and Faber, London.

Bennett, Gordon
	1978	Yukon Transportation: A History. National Historic Parks
		and Sites Directorate, Parks Service, Environment Canada,
		Ottawa, Ontario.

Blake, Sylvia B.
	1971	Flow Blue. Wallace Hamstead, Des Moines, IA.

Boling, Sarah Jane, and William Hampton Adams
	1987	Foodways on the Plantations at Kings Bay: Putting Food on
		the Table. Historical archaeology of plantations at Kings
		Bay, Camden County, Georgia. 5, edited by William Hampton
		Adams, pp. 277-92. Reports of Investigations. University
		of Florida, Department of Anthropology,, Gainesville.

Booher, Fred, and Rose Booher
	n.d.	Graniteware, Identification and Value Guide. Collector
		Books, Schroedor Publishing, Paducah, KY.

Bowers, Peter M., Catherine M. Williams, William H. Adams, Mary Ann Sweeney, Amy F. Steffian, and Robert M. Weaver
	1997	The California Saloon. Historical Development of the
		Chena River Waterfront, Fairbanks, Alaska: An
		Archaeological Perspective. edited by Brian L. Gannon
		Peter M. Bowers, pp. Alaska Department of Transportation
		and Public Facilities, Fairbanks, AK.

Camehl, Ada W.
	1916	The Blue China Book. Halcyon House, New York, NY.

Chandler, M.
	1968	Ceramics in the Modern World. Doubleday, Garden City, NJ.

Charleston, R. J. , and Donald Towner
	1977	English Ceramics 1580-1830. Sotheby Park Bernet, London.

Collard, Elisabeth
	1967	Nineteenth Century Pottery and Porcelain in Canada.
		McGill University, Montreal, Quebec.

Conwood Corporation
	1975	A History of Snuff. Conwood Corporation, Memphis, TN.

Cooper, Ronald G.
	1968	English Slipware Dishes. Alec Tiranti, London.

Copeland, Robert
	1980	Spode╣s Willow Pattern & Other Designs After the Chinese.
		Rizzoli, New York, NY.

Coysh, A. W.
	1974	Blue and White Transfer Ware 1780-1840. David and
		Charles, London.

Coysh, A. W., and R.K. Henrywood
	1982	The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery
		1780-1880. Antique Collectors Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk,
		England.
		
Dyson, Stephen L.
	1982	Material Culture, Social Structure, and Changing Cultural
		Values: The Ceramics of Eighteenth- and
		Nineteenth-Century Middletown, Connecticut. Archaeology
		of Urban America: The Search for Pattern and Process.
		edited by Roy S. Dickens, pp. 361-380. Studies in
		Historical Archaeology. Academic Press, New York, NY.

Fawcett, Clara Hallard
	1964	Dolls: A New Guide for Collectors. Charles T. Branford,
		Boston, MA.

Felton, David L., and Peter D. Schulz
	1983	The Diaz Collection: Material Culture and Social Change
		in Mid-Nineteenth Century Monterey. California Department
		of Parks and Recreation, Sacramento.

Ferguson, Linda L.
	1980	San Juan Ceramics. Unpublished Unpublished M.A. thesis,
		Department of University of Idaho, Moscow.

Ferguson, Linda L.
	1983	American Camp Ceramics. San Juan Archaeology. edited by
		Roderick Sprague, pp. 587-612. Laboratory of
		Anthropology, University of Idaho, Moscow.

Gatchell, D. K.
	1944	Know your Tableware. Edwards Brothers, Ann Harbor, MI.

Gates, William C., Jr., and Dana Ormerod
	1982	The East Liverpool Pottery District: Identification of
		Manufacturers and Marks. Historical Archaeology 16(1/2)

Gaw, Linda P.
	1977	The Availability and Selection of Ceramics in Silcott,
		Washington, 1900-1930. Northwest Anthropological Research
		Notes 9(1):166-79.

Gifford, J. C.
	1960	The Type Variety Method of Ceramic Classification as an
		Indicator of Cultural Phenomena. American Antiquity
		25:341^╦347.

Godden, Geoffrey A.
	1964a	Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks.
		Bonanza, New York, NY.

Godden, Geoffrey A.
	1964b	Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks.
		Crown Publishers, New York, NY.

Greaser, A., and R. H. Greaser
	1973	Homespun Ceramics: A Study of Spatterware.
		Wallace-Homestead, Des Moines, IA.

Guilland, H.F.
	1971	Early American Folk Pottery. Chilton, Philadelphia, PA.

Holland, Vyvyan
	1955	Handcolored Fashion Plates, 1770-1899. B.T. Batsford,
		London.

Hughes, G. Bernard
	1959	Victorian Pottery and Porcelain. Macmillan, New York, NY.

Hughes, G. Bernard
	1960	English and Scottish Earthenware 1600-1860. Abby Fine
		Arts, London.

Humphrey, Richard V.
	1969	Clay Pipes from Old Sacramento. Historical Archaeology
		3:12^╦33.

King, Thomas B.
	1965	History of the Canadian Glass Industry. Journal of the
		Canadian Ceramic Society 34:86-91.

Klein, Terry H.
	1991	Nineteenth-Century Ceramics and Models of Consumer
		Behavior. Historical Archaeology 25(2):77-91.

Laidacker, Samuel
	1951	Anglo-American China, Part II. By the Author, Bristol,
		PA.

Lardner, Dionysius
	1832	A Treatise on the Progressive Improvement and Present
		State of the Manufacture of Porcelain and Glass. Longman,
		Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, London, Park Ridge, NJ
		[Reprinted 1972 by Noyes Press].

Larsen, Ellouise Baker
	1950	American Historical Views on Staffordshire China.
		Doubleday and Co., Garden City, NJ.

Lehner, Lois
	1978	Ohio Pottery and Glass: Marks and Manufacturers.
		Wallace^╦Homestead Book Co., Des Moines, IA.

Little, William L.
	1969	Staffordshire Blue: Underglaze Blue Transferprinted
		Earthenware. B.T. Batsford, London.

Lockett, T.A., and P.A. Halfpenny, Ed.
	1986	Creamware and Pearlware. Stoke-on-Trent City Museum and
		Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent.

Miller, George L.
	1974	A Tenant Farmer's Tableware: Nineteenth Century Ceramics
		from Tabb's Purchase. Maryland Historical Magazine
		69(2):197^╦210.

Miller, George L.
	1980	Classification and Economic Scaling of 19th Century
		Ceramics. Historical Archaeology 14:1-40.

Miller, George L.
	1991	A Revised Set of CC Index Values for Classification and
		Economic Scaling of English Ceramics from 1787 to 1880.
		Historical Archaeology 25(1):1-25.

Miller, J. Jefferson, II, and Lyle M. Stone
	1970	Eighteenth-Century Ceramics from Fort Michilimackinac: A
		Study in Historical Archaeology. Smithsonian Institution
		Press, Washington, D.C.

Moore, N. Hudson
	1903	The Old China Book, Including Staffordshire, Wedgewood,
		Lustre, and Other English Pottery and Porcelain. Tudor,
		New York, NY.

NoŰl Hume, Ivor
	1970	A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America. Alfred A.
		Knopf, New York, NY.

NoŰl Hume, Ivor
	1973	Creamware to Pearlware: a Williamsburg Perspective.
		Ceramics in America. edited by I.M.G. Quimby, pp. 217-54.
		University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

NoŰl Hume, Ivor
	1974	All the Best Rubbish: Being an Antiquary's Account of the
		Pleasures and Perils of Studying Objects from the Past.
		Harper & Row, New York, NY.

Osgood, Cornelius
	1971	The Jug and Related Stoneware of Bennington. Charles
		Tuttle, Rutland, VT.

Otto, John Solomon
	1977	Artifacts and Status Differences^╦A Comparison of
		Ceramics from Planter, Overseer, and Slave Sites on an
		Antebellum Plantation. Research Strategies in Historical
		Archaeology. edited by Stanley South, pp. 91-118.
		Academic Press, New York, NY.

Price, Cynthia R.
	1979	19th Century Ceramics in the Eastern Ozark Border Region.
		Center for Archaeological Research, Southwest Missouri
		State University, Springfield, MO.

Ramsay, John
	1947	American Potters and Pottery. Tudor, New York, NY.

Rhodes, D.
	1957	Clay and Glazes for the Potter. Chilton, Philadelphia, PA.

Rice, Prudence M.
	1976	Rethinking the Ware Concept. American Antiquity
		41:538^╦43.

Ross, Lester A.
	1977	Transfer Printed Spodeware Imported by the Hudson's Bay
		Company: Temporal Markers for the Northwestern United
		States (ca. 1836-1853). Northwest Anthropological
		Research Notes 11(2):192-217.

Shephard, Steven Judd
	1987	Status Variation in Antebellum Alexandria: An
		Archaeological Study of Ceramic Tableware. Consumer
		Choice and Socio-Economic Status in Historical
		Archaeology. edited by Suzanne Spencer-Wood, pp. __.
		Plenum Press, New York, NY.

South, Stanley
	1972	Evolution and Horizon as Revealed in Ceramic Analysis in
		Historical Archaeology. Conference on Historic Site
		Archaeology Papers 6:71-116.

Spencer-Wood, Suzanne
	1987	Miller╣s Indices and Consumer Choice Profiles:
		Status-Related Behaviors and White Ceramics. Consumer
		Choice and Socio-Economic Status in Historical
		Archaeology. edited by Suzanne Spencer-Wood, pp. 321-358.
		Plenum Press, New York, NY.

Spencer-Wood, Suzanne M., and Scott D. Heberling
	1984	Ceramics and Socio-Economic Status of the Green Family,
		Windsor, Vermont. Northeast Historical Archaeology
		13:33-52.

Sprague, Roderick, Ed.
	1983	San Juan Archaeology. Laboratory of Anthropology,
		University of Idaho, Moscow.

Sussman, Lynne
	1979	Spode/Copeland Transfer-Printed Patterns Found at 20
		Hudson's Bay Company Sites. National Historic Parks and
		Sites Directorate, Parks Service, Environment Canada,
		Ottawa, Ontario.

Sussman, Lynne
	1985	The Wheat Pattern: An Illustrated Survey. National
		Historic Parks and Sites Directorate, Parks Service,
		Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

Switzer, Ronald R.
	1974	The Bertrand Bottles: A Study of the 19th-Century Glass
		and Ceramic Containers. National Park Service,
		Washington, D.C.

Thorn, C. J.
	1947	Handbook of Old Pottery and Porcelains Marks. Tudor, New
		York, NY.

Toulouse, Julian H.
	1968	The Men Behind the Fruit Jar. Spinning Wheel 24(9):18-20,
		40.

Toulouse, Julian H.
	1969	Fruit Jars. Thomas Nelson & SOns, New York, NY.

Turnbaugh, William, and Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh
	1977	Alternative Applications of the Mean Ceramic Date Concept
		for Interpreting Human Behavior. HA 11:90-104.

Turner, William
	1907	Transfer Printing on Enamels, Porcelain and Pottery.
		Chapman and Hall, London.

Wakefield, H.
	1962	Victorian Pottery. Thomas Nelson and Sons, New York, NY.

Watkins, L. W.
	1950	New England Potters and their Wares. Harvard University,
		Cambridge, MA.

Williams^╦Wood, C.
	1972	Staffordshire Potlids and Their Potters. Faber and Faber,
		London.

Worthy, Linda H.
	1982	Classification and Interpretation of Late Nineteenth- and
		Early Twentieth-Century Ceramics. Archaeology of Urban
		America: The Search for Pattern and Process. edited by
		Roy S. Dickens, pp. 329-360. Studies in Historical
		Archaeology. Academic Press, New York, NY.

Zumwalt, Betty
	1980	Ketchup, Pickles, Sauces^╦19th Century Food in Glass.
		Mark West Publishers, Fulton, CA.


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