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Early American craftsmen

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Dyer, Walter A. (Walter Alden), 1878-1943
Early American craftsmen
New York: The Century Company, 1915
xv, 387 p. illus., ports. 19 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Early American craftsmen

[Half-title] Early American craftsmen, pp. [unnumbered]-[i]

[Frontispiece] Paul Revere, p. [ii]

[Title page] Early American craftsmen, pp. [iii]-[iv]

[Contents] Table of contents, p. v

Acknowledgements, p. vi

[Contents] List of illustrations, pp. vii-xv ff.

[Half-title] Early American craftsmen, pp. [1]-[3]

Chapter I: The vogue of Americana, pp. [4]-15

Chapter II: Samuel McIntire, master carpenter, pp. 16-[42]

Chapter III: The exquisite furniture of Duncan Phyfe, pp. 43-69

Chapter IV: American Windsor chairs, pp. 70-103

Chapter V: The clockmakers of Connecticut, pp. 104-[131]

Chapter VI: The Willards and their clocks, pp. [132]-161

Chapter VII: Baron Stiegel and his glassware, pp. 162-188

Chapter VIII: The versatile Paul Revere, pp. [189]-218

Chapter IX: Other American silversmiths, pp. 219-251

Chapter X: American pewterers and brasiers, pp. 252-272

Chapter XI: Early American potters, pp. 273-297

Chapter XII: The potters of Bennington, pp. 298-319

Chapter XIII: American furniture makers, pp. 320-347

Chapter XIV: Other crafts and craftsmen, pp. 348-380

Bibliography, pp. 381-383 ff.

Index, pp. [384]-387 ff.

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