Reference Books

Country Chairs of Central Pennsylvania

by Marie Purnell Musser

Self Published (1990), 68 pages

To Cut, Piece, & Solder: The Work of the Rural Pennsylvania Tinsmith 1778-1908

by Jeannette Lasansky

Pennsylvania University Press (1982), 84 pages.

Glazier stoneware, Huntington, Pa: Central Pennsylvania's earliest stoneware pottery

by Nancy S Shedd

Huntington County HIstorical Society (1992)

The History and Folklore of American Country Tinware, 1700-1900

by Margaret Coffin

Galahad Books (1968)

Made of Mud: Stoneware Potteries in Central Pennsylvania, 1831-1929

by Jeannette Lasansky

The Pennsylvania State University Press, Keystone Books (December 1979), 64 pages.

American Fancy: Exuberance In The Arts 1790-1840

by Sumpter Priddy

The Chipstone Foundation/Milwaukee Art Museum (2004), 267 pages.

Pennsylvania Clocks and Watches: Antique Timepieces and Their Makers

by James W. Gibbs

Pennsylvania State University Press (February 1985), 320 pages.

The Pennsylvania-German Decorated Chest

by Monroe Fabian

Schiffer Publishing (May 1, 2004), 248 pages.

Willow, Oak & Rye: Basket Traditions in Pennsylvania

by Jeannette Lasansky

Union County Oral Traditions Projects (1978), 60 pages.

Redware Pottery in Central Pennsylvania, 1790-1904

by Jeannette Lasansky

Union County Historical Society (May 1989)

Mocha and Related Dipped Wares, 1770--1939

by Jonathan Rickard

University Press of New England (2006), 200 pages.

American Painted Furniture

by Cynthia Schaffner

Clarkson Potter (1997), 223 pages.