From mud to jug : the folk potters and pottery of Northeast Georgia (Book, 2010) [WorldCat.org]
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From mud to jug : the folk potters and pottery of Northeast Georgia

Author: John A Burrison
Publisher: Athens [Ga.] : University of Georgia Press in collaboration with the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia, ©2010.
Series: Publications (Wormsloe Foundation)
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"From Mud to Jug--both a companion and sequel to Brothers in Clay--deepens and enriches Burrison's earlier study by focusing on the northeast corner of Georgia, which has maintained a continuous tradition of pottery making since the early nineteenth century. Through interviews, a census of active potters trained at the centers of Cleveland (White County) and Gillsville (Hall County), and more than one hundred color  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John A Burrison
ISBN: 9780820333250 0820333255
OCLC Number: 416139980
Notes: Companion and sequel to: Brothers in clay : the story of Georgia folk pottery. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1983.
Description: xxii, 161 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 26 cm.
Contents: Folk pottery: a handed-on tradition --
Clay country: northeast Georgia --
From near and far: roots of the tradition --
Clay clans: two pottery dynasties --
From mud to jug: the production process --
Staying a live: original uses of folk pottery --
Changing times: threats to functional folk pottery --
New markets: keeping their hands in clay --
A home for north Georgia folk pottery --
The living tradition: north Georgia folk pottery today.
Series Title: Publications (Wormsloe Foundation)
Other Titles: Folk potters and pottery of Northeast Georgia
Responsibility: John A. Burrison.

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Through interviews, a census of active potters trained at the centers of Cleveland (White County) and Gillsville (Hall County), and more than one hundred color photographs of pots, potters, and their  Read more...

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