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Based on Telling Time for Archaeologists by George L. Miller, Patricia Samford, Ellen Schlasko, and Andrew Madsen from Northeast Historical Archaeology Volume 29, 2000.

Telling Time in the Seventeenth Century

Telling Time in the 17th Century Poster by Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology

 

These are all color illustrated posters produced by URS Corporation for the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology.

To order the full-size posters visit the Northeast Historical Archaeology web site at Buffalo State.

17th Century Glass Bibliogrpahy

Hughes, Bernard
1956    English, Scottish, and Irish Table Glass. Bramhall House, New York

MacLeod, Christine
1987    Accident or Design? George Ravenscroft's Patent and the Invention of Lead-Crystal Glass. Technology and Culture, Vol. 28, No. 4:. 776-803. Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press on behalf of the Society for the History of Technology

Noël Hume, Ivor
1970    A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America.  Alfred A. Knopf, New York.

17th Century Ceramics Bibliography

Allan. J.P.
1984    Medieval and Post-Medieval Finds from Exeter, 1971-1980. Exeter Archaeological Reports: Volume 3.  Exeter City Council and the University of Exeter, Exeter, England.

Archer, Michael
1973    English Delft Ware/Engels Delfts Aardewerk.  Catalogue of an exhibition at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

1977    Delftware. Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Archer, Michael, and Brian Morgan
1977    Fair as China Dishes: English Delftware.  The International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington, D.C.

Barker, David
1993    Slipware. Shire Album Number 297. Shire Publications Ltd., Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom.

Cooper, Ronald G.
1968    English Slipware Dishes, 1650-1850.  Transatlantic Arts Inc., New York.

Deagan, Kathleen
1987    Artifacts of the Spanish Colonies of Florida and the Caribbean, 1500-1800, vol. 1: Ceramics, Glassware, and Beads.  Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Gaimster, David
1997    German Stoneware 1200 – 1900: Archaeology and Cultural History. British Museum Press, London.

Garner, F.H.
1948    English Delftware.  D. Van Nostrand Co. Inc., New York.

Grant, Alison
1983    North Devon Pottery: The Seventeenth Century. University of Exeter, Great Britain

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

Hurst, John G., David S. Neal, and H.J.E. van Beuningen
1986    Pottery Produced and Traded in North-West Europe 1350-1650.  Rotterdam Papers VI: A Contribution to Medieval Archaeology.  Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Janowitz, Meta F., Kate T. Morgan, and Nan A. Rothschild
1985    Cultural Pluralism and Pots in New Amsterdam-New York City.  In Domestic Pottery of the Northeastern United States, 1625-1850, edited by Sarah P. Turnbaugh, pp. 29-48.  Academic Press, Orlando, Florida.

Klinge, Ekkart
1996    Duits Steengoed/German Stoneware. Aspects of the collection Sculpture and Decorative Arts Volume 7. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Lipski, Louis L.
1984    Dated English Delftware: Tin-Glazed Earthenware 1600-1800.  Sotheby  Publications, London.

Noël Hume, Ivor
1970    A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America.  Alfred A. Knopf, New York.

Reineking-Von Bock, Gisela
1971    Steinzug, Katalog Des Kunstgewerbemuseum Köln.  Kunstgewerbemuseum, Cologne, Germany

Schaefer, Richard G.
1998    A Typology of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Ceramics and its Implications for American Historical Archaeology.  BAR International Series 702.  Oxford, England.

Straube, Beverly
2001    European Ceramics in the New World: The Jamestown Example.        Ceramics in America, edited by Robert Hunter pp. 47-71. Chipstone Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Watkins, C. Malcolm
1978 [1962]     North Devon Pottery in the Seventeenth Century.  In English Pottery and Porcelain: An Historical Survey, edited by Paul Atterbury, pp. 12-15.  Universe Books, New York.

Wilcoxen, Charlotte
1987    Dutch Trade and Ceramics in America in the Seventeenth Century.  Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, New York.

17th Century Pipes Bibliography

Bradley, James W.
2007    Before Albany: An Archaeology of Native-Dutch Relations in the Capital region 1600-1664. New York State Museum, Albany, New York.

Dallal, Diane
2004    The Tudor Rose and the Fleurs-de-lis: Women and Iconography in Seventeenth Century Clay Pipes Found in New York City. In Smoking Culture, edited by Sean M. Rafferty and Rob Mann, The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Duco, Don H.
1978    Goudse Pijpen.  Privately printed.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

1981    The Clay Pipe in Seventeenth Century Netherlands.  In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe V: Europe 2, Part 2, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 111-468.  BAR International Series 106.  Oxford, England.

Huey, Paul R.
2008    From Bird to Tippett: The Archaeology of Continuity and Change in Colonial Dutch Material Culture after 1664. In From De Halve Maen to KLM: 400 Years of Dutch-American Exchange, edited by Margriet Bruyn Lacy, Charles Gehring, and Jenneke Oosterhoff. Nodus Publikationen, Münster.

[5 AND 6] Jackson, R.G., and R.H. Price
1974    Bristol Clay Pipes: A Study of Makers and Their Marks.  Bristol City Museum Research Monograph No. 1.  Bristol, England.

Mc Cashion, John
1979    A preliminary Chronology and Discussion of Seventeenth and early Eighteenth Century Clay Tobacco Pipes from New York State sites. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe II: The United States of America, Peter Davey ed. BAR International Series 60

[5 AND 6] Walker, Iain C.
1977    Clay Tobacco Pipes, With Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry.  History and Archaeology No. 11.  National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Ottawa.

17th Century Bibliography of Metal Artifacts

Jordan, Louis
2002.   John Hull, The Mint and Economics of Massachusetts Coinage. University Press of New England, Hanover and London

note: The illustrated example is actually a Willow Tree shilling shilling - there are numerous variations on the New England shillings and other New England coinage. Almost all bear the date 1652 although some were made after that date.

Miller, George L., Patricia  Samford, Ellen Schlasko, and Andrew Madsen
2000    Telling Time for Archaeologists Northeast Historical Archaeology Volume 29

Moore, Simon
2005    Spoons 1650-1930. Shire Publications LTD.

Noël Hume, Ivor
1984    The Very Caterpillers of the Kingdom: or Penny Problems in the Private Sector 1600 - 1660. In The Scope of Historical Archaeology Essays in Honor of John L. Cotter. Occasional Publications of the Department of Anthropology, Temple University

Snodin, Michael and Gail Belden
1976    Spoons. Chilton Book Company.

Straube, Beverly
1990    Re-Examination of the English-Lock. The Bulletin of the American Society of Arms Collectors 63: 33-56.