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Pottery and porcelain of the United States : an historical review of American ceramic art from the earliest times to the present day : to which is appended a chapter on the pottery of Mexico

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Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916
Pottery and porcelain of the United States : an historical review of American ceramic art from the earliest times to the present day : to which is appended a chapter on the pottery of Mexico
New York: G. P. Putnum's Sons, 1909
xxviii, 621 p. front., illus. 24 cm.

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Contents

[Frontispiece] Large vase. American China manufactory, Philadelphia, 1835.

[Title page] The pottery and porcelain of the United States, pp. [i]-[ii]

Preface, pp. iii-[vi]

Preface to the second edition, pp. vii-viii

Preface to the third edition, pp. ix-x

[Contents] Contents, pp. xi-[xiv]

[Contents] Illustrations, pp. xv-xxviii

Chapter I: Processes of manufacture, pp. [1]-15

Chapter II: American wares and bodies, pp. 16-23

Chapter III: Aboriginal pottery, pp. 24-45

Chapter IV: Early brick- and tile-making, pp. 46-52

Chapter V: Early potting in America, pp. 53-58

Chapter VI: Potteries of the eighteenth century, pp. 59-106

Chapter VII: Operations during the first quarter of the present century, pp. 107-125

Chapter VIII: The American China manufactory, pp. 126-153

Chapter IX: The pottery industry from 1825 to 1858, pp. 154-191

Chapter X: East Liverpool, Ohio, pp. 192-210

Chapter XI: Trenton, N. J., pp. 211-243

Chapter XII: Potteries established between 1859 and 1876, pp. 244-272

Chapter XIII: Cincinnati, pp. 273-303

Chapter XIV: Development of the ceramic art since the centennial, pp. 304-337

Chapter XV: Tobacco pipes, pp. 338-342

Chapter XVI: Ornamental tiles, pp. 343-384

Chapter XVII: Architectural terra-cotta, pp. 385-398

Chapter XVIII: American marks and monograms, pp. 399-414

Chapter XIX: Tiles for decorative effect, pp. 415-422

Chapter XX: Concluding remarks, pp. 423-432

Supplement to the pottery and porcelain of the United States, pp. 433-[434]

Chapter XXI: Additional historical facts, pp. 435-471

Chapter XXII: Development of the art since 1893, pp. 472-522

Supplement II to the pottery and porcelain of the United States, pp. 523-[524]

Chapter XXIII: Recently discovered data relating to old potteries, pp. 525-562

Chapter XXIV: Potteries recently established, pp. 563-574

Appendix to the pottery and porcelain of the United States, pp. 575-[576]

Chapter XXV: The pottery of Mexico, pp. 577-600

Index, pp. 601-614

Index to supplement, pp. 615-[618]

Index to second supplement and appendix, pp. 619-621 ff.

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