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April 2014 Source Guide
Eye on Antiques: Lifetime Collection Highlights Fraktur’s Origins
Ocean-Born Mary Saves a House
Although the legend of Ocean-Born Mary has little real connection to the home of Bob and Terry Stamps, it saved the structure and still lures the curious to see the early Federal home in rural New Hampshire.
Suitable for a Secretary
David and Linda Rogers wanted a home on the water but found a lot more on Virginia’s Eastern Shore—a famed garden, a formal setting for their early antiques, a historically minded community, and the tragic story of Secretary of State Abel Upshur.
Musée de Venoge
Holding the World in Stitches
No one knows why young girls at a Pennsylvania boarding school stretched their stitchery into a third dimension, embroidering silk globes, but no other school in the world took up the challenge.
Life in Early America: Crisis on the Hudson
Weary of war and disgruntled over Congress’s failure to pay them, officers in the Continental Army plotted a coup to take over the government—or was it merely a political plot? Either way, cool-thinking General George Washington ended the matter at Newburgh, New York.
America’s Hereditary Knights
Schools and Workshops for Woodworkers
If you like working with wood, you can study with experts to hone your carving techniques or embark on a new career. Shops and schools across the country offer a full range of instruction from weekend workshops to degree courses.
The entry deadline for the 2023 Directory of
Traditional American Crafts has passed. We are now processing entries and submitting
them to our jurors. We will contract entrants after the jurors have made ther decisions.