BY SOUTHERN HANDS
Hardcover. Good Used Condition. Through interviews and photographs, the reader experiences the diversity and depth of Southern material culture and the traditional crafts springing from the cultural influences of North Americans, Europeans, and Africans.
Chapters discuss basketry and natural fibers; toy making; woodworking; sewing; woodcarving; broom making; spinning, dyeing and weaving; metalworking and leather tooling; pottery and tile making. Extensive source listings include festivals, workshops, folk-life centers, galleries, and journals. This survey documents vanishing traditions.
Publisher: Oxmoor House; 1st edition (September 1, 1987)
Hardcover: 237 pages
Item Weight: 3.1 pounds
Inventory: B-By Southern Hands
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