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February 2010 Source Guide
Eye on Antiques: Early Burl Treen
In the hands of Native American and later colonial carvers, aberrant growths on the roots, trunks, and limbs of trees became beautifully turned bowls, compotes, and ladles.
At age 68, Jerrilee Cain found her ideal of home in the pieces of an early-18th-Century house stored in a tractor-trailer. She resurrected and restored the traditional Cape on protected land in Massachusetts.
Down to the Last Detail
By committing the time and resources to repair and restore Charlestonís Gaillard-Bennett House, Steven and Mary Caroline Stewart preserved a jewel of Adamesque architecture for the next two centuries.
Turbans and Politics
Clad in brightly colored gowns and exotic turbans, Dolley Madison helped President Thomas Jefferson establish an etiquette of equality in the new federal capital and set the fashion trend for Washington society.
Life in Early America: Reading in the Colonies
The spiritual and secular knowledge early colonists gleaned from books helped them carve a pious, prosperous, and democratic society from the American wilderness.
Can a Condo Be Early American?
Barbara and Joe Webb decorated their Ohio condominium in early American style with vintage atmosphere and antiques but we leave it for you to decide whether they have created a miracle or mayhem.
Side By Side: Americaís Sampler Legacy
A microcosm of social history, samplers offer clues to the makerís education, ethnicity, religion, and status as well as when and where she lived. Those who want to re-create a historic example can find patterns from the three modern makers we profile.