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Your search in the category "Fine and Decorative Arts" returned 804 results in 41 pages.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. "Threads of Bondage: Chesapeake Slave Women and Plantation Cloth Production, 1750-1850." Ph.D. diss., George Washington University, 2000.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. A Maryland Sampling: Girlhood Embroidery, 1738-1860. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society Press, 2007.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. Old Line Tradition: Maryland Women and Their Quilts. Washington, DC: DAR Museum, 1985.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “African American Samplers from Antebellum Baltimore.” Antiques, 165 (April 2004): 134-43.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “Architectural Samplers from Frederick County, Maryland.” Antiques, 171 (April 2007): 110-19.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “Early Nineteenth-Century African American Samplers from Baltimore Schools.” Piecework, 13 (November/December 2005): 26-31.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “Gender Division in Handweaving on Chesapeake Plantations.” Proceedings of the Textile History Forum, (2002): 31-46.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “Gender Division in Handweaving on Chesapeake Plantations.” Proceedings of the Textile History Forum, (2002): 31-46.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “Rugs: The Colonial Chesapeake Consumer’s Bedcovering of Choice.” Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, 30 (Summer 2004): 1-86.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “Silk Bedcoverings in the Early Chesapeake Region: Interpreting Documentary Evidence.” Proceedings of the Textile Society of America 8th Biennial Symposium 2002: CD-ROM.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “Slaves as Textile Artisans: Documentary Evidence for the Chesapeake Region.” Uncoverings, 22 (2001): 1-36.

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Allen, Gloria Seaman. “The Silk Embroideries Made at Saint Joseph’s Academy, Emmitsburg, Maryland.” Piecework, 14 (July/August 2006): 46-53.

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Allen, Gloria Seamon. "Quiltmaking on Chesapeake Plantations." In Jeannette Lasansky, ed., On the Cutting Edge: Textile Collectors, Collections, and Traditions. Lewisburg, Pa.: Oral Traditions Project, 1994, pp. 56-69.

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Alvarez, Rafael. “Screen Gems.” Baltimore, 101 (May 2008): 142-46.

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Anderson, Carlita S. American Coverlets and their Weavers. Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 2002.

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Anderson, Clarita S. "Maryland Coverlets: The Artifacts, Technology and the Weaver." Ph.D. University of Maryland, College Park, 1985.

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Anderson, Clarita. "Artifacts Don't 'Lie'." Ars Textrina [Canada], 7 (June 1987): 9-30.
Annotations / Notes: Maryland weaver John B. Welty

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Anft, Michael. “Bringing it all home.” Baltimore, 101 (March 2008): 96-98, 100, 102-3.

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Anft, Michael. “The Un-Museum.” Baltimore, 99 (December 2006): 107-10.

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Archambault, Alan H. "World War II Murals at Fort George Meade." Military Collector and Historian Category: Fine and Decorative Arts | Military | Twentieth Century