Bibliography of Books in the Library at Henderson’s Redware

Baker, Emerson W. “The Clarke and Lake Company: The Historical Archaeology of a Seventeenth-Century Maine Settlement.” Occasional Publications in Maine Archaeology Number Four.  Maine Historic Preservation Commission: Augusta, Maine. 1985.

Bradley, Robert C. and Helen B. Camp. “The Forts of Pemaquid, Maine: An Archaeological and Historical Study.” Occasional Publications in Maine Archaeology Number Ten. Maine Historic Preservation Commission: Augusta, Maine. 1994.

Branin, M. Lelyn. “The Early Potters and Potteries of Maine.” Maine State Museum. 1978.

Brewer, Mary. “Collector’s Guide to Rockingham.” Collector Books: Paducah, Kentucky. 1996.

Burrison, John A. “Brothers in Clay.” University of Georgia Press: Athens, Georgia. 1995.

Cantrell, Tom. “How to Pour Ceramic Molds.” Scott Publications: Livonia, Michigan. 1999.

Carnegy, Daphne. “Tin-glazed Earthenware.” A+C Black Publishers Limited: London, England. 1993.

Cennini, Cennino d’Andre. “The Craftsman’s Handbook.” Translated by Daniel V. Thompson, Jr. Dover Publications, Inc.: New York. 1960.

Coleman-Smith, R. and T. Pearson. “Excavations in the Donyatt Potteries.” Oxford University Press: Great Britain. 1988.

Comstock, H.E. “The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley Region.” The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts: Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 1994.

Conrad, John W. “Ceramic Extruder for the Studio Potter.” Falcon Company: San Diego, California. 1998.

Cooper, Ronald. “Pottery of Thomas Toft.” Leeds and Birmingham. 1952.

Faulkner, Alaric and Gretchen. “The French at Pentagoet 1635-1674.” New Brunswick Museum and Maine Historic Preservation Commission: Augusta, Maine. 1988.

Frierman, Jay D. “Medieval Ceramics.” University of California: Los Angeles, California. 1975.

Grant, Alison.  “North Devon Pottery: The Seventeenth Century.” University of Exeter. 1983.

Greene, Kevin. “Roman Pottery.” University of California Press: Los Angeles, California. 1992.

Greer, Georgeanna H. “American Stonewares.” 3rd Edition. Schiffer Publishing Ltd: Atglen, Pennsylvania. 1999.

Grigsby, Leslie B. “English Slip-Decorated Earthenware at Williamsburg.” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. 1993.

Haslam, Jeremy. “Medieval Pottery.” Shire Publications LTD: Great Britain. 1984.

Honey, William Bowyer. “European Ceramic Art.” Faber and Faber Limited: London, England. MCMXLIX.

Hume, Ivor Noël. “If These Pots Could Talk.” Chipstone Foundation: Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 2001.

Hunter, Robert. “Ceramics in America.” Chipstone Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 2001.

Kaufmann, Gerhard. “North German Folk Pottery of the 17th to the 20th Centuries.” W.M. Brown and Son: Richmond, Virginia. 1974.

Kennett, David H. “Anglo-Saxon Pottery.” 2nd Edition. Shire Publications LTD: Buckinghamshire, U.K. 1989.

Koverman, Jill Beute. (Ed.) “I Made This Jar…” University of South Carolina. 1998.

Lawrence, W.G. “ Ceramic Science for the Potter.” Chilton Book Company: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1972.

Lehman, Charles W. “Slip, And What Every Ceramist Needs to Know About It.” Lehman Mfg. Company, Inc: Kentland, Indiana. 1991.

McAllister, Lisa S. and John L. Michel. “Collecting Yellow Ware.” Collector Books: Paducha, Kentucky. 1995.

McConnell, Kevin. “Spongeware and Splatterware.” Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.: Atglen, Pennsylvania. 1999.

McConnell, Kevin. “Redware, America’s Folk Pottery.” Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.: Atglen, Pennsylvania. 1988.

McGarva, Andrew. “Country Pottery.” A+C Black: London, England. 2000.

Miller, J. Jefferson, II, and Lyle M. Stone. “Eighteenth-Century Ceramics from Fort Michilimackinac.” Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C. 1970.

Miller, J. Jefferson, II. “English Yellow-Glazed Earthenware.” Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C. 1974.

Moniot, Janet. “Clay Whistles…the voice of clay.” The Whistle Press: Plainfield, New Hampshire. 1989.

Nelson, Glen C. “Ceramics.” 3rd Edition. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.: New York. 1960.

Pearce, Jacqueline. “Border Wares.” HMSO: London, England. 1992.

Phillips, Anthony. “Slips and Slipware.” Series Editor Emmanuel Cooper. B.T. Batsford Ltd: London, England. 1994.

Pollex, John. “Slipware.” Ceramic Skillbooks. Pitman Publishing: London, England. 1979.

Powell, Elizabeth A. “Pennsylvania Pottery Tools and Processes.” Nash Printing, Inc.: Lansdale, Pennsylvania. 1972.

Rielhan, Mireille De. “Agateware Pottery Magic.” André Deutsch Limited: London, England. 1995.

Ruempol, A.P.E. and A.G.A. van Dongen. “Pre-Industrial Utensils.” De Bataafsche Leeuw. 1989.

Savage, George. “English Ceramics.” Universe Books, Inc.: New York, New York. 1961.

Sekers, David. “The Potteries.” Shire Publications, Ltd: Buckinghamshire, U.K. 1994.

Shackel, Paul A. and Barbara J. Little (Eds.) “Historical Archaeology of the Chesapeake.” Smithsonian Institution Press. 1994.

Shepard, Anna O. “Ceramics for the Archaeologist.” Carnegie Institution of Washington: Washington, D.C. 1995.

Slesin, Suzanne, Dainel Rozenztroch and Stafford Cliff. “Kitchen Ceramics.” Everyday Things Vol. 3. Abbeville Publishing Group: New York. 1997.

Spargo, John. “The Potters and Potteries of Bennington.” Cracker Barrel Press: New York. 1926.

Starr, Irma. “Welcome to the World of English Slipware.” Kansas City, Missouri.

Sweezy, Nancy. “Raised in Clay.” University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill. 1994.

Taggart, Ross E. “The Frank P. and Harriet C. Burnap Collection of English Pottery in the William Rockhill Nelson Gallery.” Nelson Gallery-Atkins Museum: Kansas City, Missouri. 1967.

Tichane, Robert. “Ash Glazes.” Krause Publications: Iola, Wisconsin. 1998.

Tudball, Ruthanne. “Soda Glazing.” University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1996.

Vickers, Michael, Oliver Impey and James Allen. “From Silver to Ceramic.” Ashmolean Museum Publications: Oxford, England. 1986.

Watkins, C. Malcom and Ivor Noël Hume. “The ‘Poor Potter’ of Yorktown.” Smithsonian Press: Washington, D.C. 1967.

Watkins, Lura Woodside. “Early New England Potters and Their Wares.” Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1950.

Wilcoxen, Charlotte. “Dutch Trade and Ceramics in America in the Seventeenth Century.” Lane Press: Albany, New York. 1987.

Wondrausch, Mary. “Slipware.” 2nd Edition. The American Ceramic Society: Ohio. 2001.

Zug, Charles G., III. “Turners and Burners.” University of North Carolina Press. 1986.

Zusy, Catherine. “Norton Stoneware and American Redware: The Bennington Museum Collection.” The Bennington Museum. 1991.