Encyclopedia of American Folk Art

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Page numbers in boldface indicate entry titles.
A.J. Harris & Co. see J. Harris & Sons
A.L. Jewell & Co., 10-11,111 - 112 , 258 - 259 , 547
Aaron, Jesse
woodcarving, 1,7 - 8
works in Mennello Museum collection, 313 - 314
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, 1-2,438 - 439
Allis, Mary, 12
Arnold, John James Trumbull, 27
Black, Mary Childs, 54
Lebduska, Lawrence, 280 - 281
Perkins, Sarah, 380 - 381
Abiquiu Santero, bultos,73
A Burial at Ornans, Courbet, Gustave, 8
A Chronological Chart of the Visions of Daniel & John, Fitch, Charles and Hale, Apollos, Plate 23
Adam and Eve, Ruley, Ellis, 445
Adam and Eve in the Sight of God, Badami, Andrea, 35
Adkins, Garland, 2-3
Adkins, Minnie
friend of Barker, Linvel, 41
woodcarving, 2, 3
Adventist Chronological Charts, 3-4,472
Adventist movement (Millerites), 4 , 404 - 406
Aesthetic movement, inspired by Asian arts, 28
Aetatis Suae Limner
identification by Black, Mary Childs, 54
Partridge, Nehemiah, 372
Africa House Mural, Hunter, Clementine, 244
African American folk art, 4-10
Aaron, Jesse J., 1
at Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, 2
Almon, Leroy Sr., 12
Ashby, Steve, 28
Barr, Alfred H., Jr., 42
baskets produced by, 46
Benson, Mozell, 51 - 52
Bolden, Hawkins, 60 - 61
Brown, William Henry, 70 - 71
Burnside, Richard, 74
Butler, David, 77
Byron, Archie, 78
canes, 84
Dave the Potter, 116
Davis, Ulysses, 119
Dawson, William, 120 - 121
Dial, Arthur, 131
Dial, Richard, 131 - 132
Dial, Thornton, Jr., 132
Dial, Thornton, Sr., 132 - 133
dolls, 135 - 136
Doyle, Thomas (Sam), 138 - 139
Edmondson, William, 151
Evans, Minnie, 158 - 159
Farmer, Josephus, 162 - 163
Folk Art Society of America, 170
Force, Juliana Rieser, 171
Golding, William O., 203
Hampton, James, 225
Harvey, Bessie, 226
Hawkins, William, 227 - 228
at The High Museum of Art, 233 - 234
Holley, Lonnie, 237 - 238
Hunter, Clementine, 243 - 244
Job, 259 - 260
John Michael Kohler Arts Center (JMKAC), 260
Johnson, Anderson, 260 - 261
Johnson, Joshua, 262
Jones, Frank, 264
Light, Joe Louis, 283 - 284
Lucas, Charlie, 291
memory jugs, 266 - 267
MESDA collection, 333 - 334
Morgan, Sister Gertrude, 323 - 324
Murray, John Bunion, 331
Museum of Craft and Folk Art, San Francisco, 332 - 333
musical instruments, 335 - 336
New Bedford Whaling Museum, 345
Person, Leroy, 381 - 382

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Entries vii
  • Introduction xxvii
  • A 1
  • B 35
  • Bibliography 75
  • C 79
  • Bibliography 107
  • Bibliography 111
  • D 113
  • Bibliography 144
  • E 145
  • Bibliography 153
  • F 161
  • Bibliography 166
  • Bibliography 171
  • G 189
  • Bibliography 203
  • Bibliography 210
  • H 217
  • Bibliography 225
  • Bibliography 235
  • I 247
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  • J 251
  • K 269
  • Bibliography 273
  • L 279
  • M 293
  • Bibliography 309
  • Bibliography 311
  • N 337
  • O 349
  • P 355
  • Bibliography 388
  • Q 411
  • R 421
  • Bibliography 433
  • S 447
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  • Bibliography 472
  • Bibliography 484
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  • T 509
  • U 527
  • V 529
  • W 539
  • Bibliography 540
  • Bibliography 546
  • Bibliography 556
  • Y 561
  • Index 569
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