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Ewins, Neil
Publisher: Society for Historical Archaeology
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: sub_ceramics
Neil Ewins’ ‘The Formation of American Ceramic Preferences’ in Ceramic Identification in Historical Archaeology: the View from California, 1822-1940, edited by Rebecca Allen, Julia Huddleston, Kimberly Wooten and Glenn Farris, Society for Historical Archaeology, USA, is a forthcoming publication for 2013. \ud \ud My contribution to Ceramic Identification in Historical Archaeology: the View from California, 1822-1940, stems from research from my 1997 publication, “Supplying the Present Wants of Our Yankee Cousins” Staffordshire Ceramics and the American Market 1775-1880, City Museum & Art Gallery of Stoke-on-Trent, June 1997 (pp.1-154). (Second Edition, February 1998). This 2013 chapter brings together up-to-date evidence of what typically was the ceramic demand in the USA by the mid-19th century, and attempts to account for these changes by considering ceramics in a socio-economic framework.
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