“Adaptation and Reinterpretation: The Transfer of Furniture Styles from Philadelphia to Winchester to Tennessee,” American FurnitureMcPherson, Anne S.,1977: 299-334
Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from 1726 to 1871Waddell, Joseph A., C.R. Caldwell, 1902
“Antique Furniture of the Shenandoah Valley,” Virginia Cavalcade 24, no. 3Locke, Louis G., 1975: 109-15
“The Arts of Shenandoah County, Virginia 1770-1825,” Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts 5, no. 2Gusler, Wallace B., November 1979: 6-35
Bernhart & Company: Shenandoah Valley Folk Art Fraktur (1774-1850)Paul, Bonnie Lineweaver, Heritage Museum, Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, 2011
Buying Into the World of Goods: Early Consumers in Backcountry VirginiaMartin, Ann Smart, John Hopkins University Press, 2008
The Clocks of ShenandoahWhitney, Philip, P. Whitney, 1983
Come In and Have a Seat: Vernacular Chairs of the Shenandoah ValleyEvans, Jeffrey S., et al., Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, 2010
Counterpanes and White Work of the Shenandoah ValleyEvans, Beverley A. and Jeffrey S., Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, 2012
“Decorated Family Record Books from the Valley of Virginia,” Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts 7, no. 1Weekley, Carolyn J., May 1981: 1-19
“Earthenware potters along the Great Road in Virginia and Tennessee,” The Magazine Antiques 124, no. 3Moore, J. Roderick, September 1983: 528-37
“Exploring Western Virginia Potteries,” Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts 21, no. 2Russ, Kurt C., Winter 1995: 98-138
Folk and Decorative Art of the Shenandoah ValleyShenandoah Valley Folklore Society, Shenandoah Valley Folklore Society, 1993
“Folk Crafts,” Arts in Virginia 12, no. 1Moore, J. Roderick, 1971: 22-29
“Folk Design,” Arts in Virginia 12, no. 1Wust, Klaus, 1971: 39-43
Folk pottery of the Shenandoah ValleyWiltshire III, William E., Dutton, 1975
The Furniture of John Shearer, 1790-1820: “A True North Britain” in the Southern BackcountryDavison, Elizabeth A., Altamira Press, 2011
“The Furniture of Winchester, Virginia,” American FurnitureGusler, Wallace B., 1997: 228-65
The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of VirginiaSelf-published, 1907
“A Great Deal of Stone & Earthen Ware” The Rockingham County, Virginia School of Folk PotteryJeffrey S. Evans & Scott Hamilton Suter, Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, 2004
Great Road Style: The Decorative Arts Legacy of Southwest Virginia and Northeast TennesseeWhite, Betsy K., University Press of Virginia, 2006
The Great Valley Road of Virginia: Shenandoah Landscapes from Prehistory to the PresentHofstra, Warren R., and Karl Raitz, et al, University Press of Virginia, 2011
Heatwole and Suter PotteryKaufman, M.F.A., Stanley A., Eastern Mennonite College, Suter/Heatwole Pottery Project, 1978
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Images of loyalism and heritage in John Shearer’s furniture, The Magazine Antiques 177, no. 3Davison, Elizabeth A., April/May 2010: 144-53
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“Jacob Strickler, Shenandoah Country, Virginia, fraktur artist,” The Magazine Antiques 110, no. 3Walters, Donald R., September 1976: 536-43
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“The Kahle-Henson School of Punched-Tin Paneled Furniture,” American FurnitureRuss, Kurt C. and Jeffrey S. Evans, 2012: 57-83
Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, VirginiaExhibition catalogue, William King Regional Arts Center, 2005
“The Life of a Potter, Andrew Pitman: Archaeological Evaluation of the Andrew Pitman Site (44FK528), Stephens City, Virginia.”Park, Sunyoon, et al., Research Report Series No. 11, 2001
The Mac & Dolly McKenney Collection at unreserved public auctionAuction catalogue, Green Valley Auctions, Inc., March 24, 2007
“Otto Karle: A Previously Unknown Shenandoah Valley Potter,” Ceramics in AmericaSuter, Scott Hamilton, 2005: 229-32
“Painted Chests from Wythe County, Virginia,” The Magazine Antiques 122, no. 3Moore, J. Roderick, September 1982: 516-21
The Planting of New Virginia: Settlement and Landscape in the Shenandoah ValleyHollan, Catherine B., The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005
Pottery From the Shenandoah and Cumberland ValleysManger, Dr. George & Connie, Self Published, 2003.
Published in conjunction with the exhibit of the same name at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, MD
The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley RegionH.E. Comstock, The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, 1994
Quilts from Two Valleys: Amish Quilts from the Big Valley and Mennonite Quilts from the Shenandoah ValleyGood, Phyllis Pellman, Good Books, 1999
Quilts of Virginia, 1607-1899: The Birth of America Through the Eye of a NeedleVirginia Consortium of Quilters, Paula C. Golden, Bunnie Jordan, and Hazel Carte, Schiffer Publishers, 2006
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Rockbridge County Artists & ArtisansCrawford, Barbara and Royster, Lyle Jr., University Press of Virginia, 1995
The Scots-Irish in the Shenandoah Valley (Scots-Irish Chronicles)Kennedy, Bill, Causeway Press, 1996
“Shearer Energy” The Magazine Antiques 177, no. 3Ackermann, Daniel Kurt, April/May 2010: 138-45
The Shenandoah PotteryRice, A.H. & John Baer Stoudt, Shenandoah Publishing House, 1929
Shenandoah Valley FolklifeSuter, Scott Hamilton, University Press of Mississippi, 1999
Shenandoah Valley Quilts: The Evans CollectionExhibition catalogue, Virginia Quilt Museum, June 28, 2003 – October 20, 2003
Shenandoah Voices: Folklore, Legends, and Traditions of the ValleyHeatwole, John L., Howell Press, Inc., 1997
Southern Folk ArtRubin, Cynthia Elyce, Oxmoor House, 1985
Southern Furniture 1680-1830: The colonial Williamsburg CollectionHurst, Ronald L., and Jonathan Prown, Harry N. Abrams, 1997
“Stony Creek Fraktur Artist Identified” Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts 31/32, no. 2, 1 &2Comstock, H.E, Winter 2005-Winter 2006: 80-102
Textile Art from Southern Appalachia: The Quiet Work of WomenWilson, Kathleen Curtis, The Overmountain Press, 2001
Tradition & Fashion: Cabinetmaking in the Upper Shenandoah Valley, 1850-1900Suter, Scott Hamilton, Shenandoah Valley Folk Art & Heritage Center, 1996
“The Traditional Pottery Manufacturing Industry in Virginia: Examples from Botetourt and Rockbridge Counties,”Russ, Kurt C., Rockbridge Historical Society Proceedings,1990: 453–89
Valley Pioneer Artists and Those who Continue: The Decorative and Fine ArtsRezba, Theodore ed., Shenandoah College and Conservatory, 1986
Virginia Fraktur: Penmanship as Folk Art – New expanded editionWust, Klaus and Jean M. Martin, Shenandoah History, 2011
Virginia Silversmiths, Jewelers, Clock- and Watchmakers, 1607-1860, Their Lives and MarksCatherine B. Hollan, Hollan Press, 2010.
Assembled from more than 30 years of research, Catherine Hollan has produced the most comprehensive and encyclopedic volume within the field of Southern silver.
Comprising 1,798 biographies and more than 930 photographs of the marks of 324 Virginia silversmiths,
this 1,092 page tome takes its place among the most ambitious and successful studies of regional American decorative arts ever written.
When this You See Remember Me: Schoolgirl Samplers of Winchester and Frederick County, VirginiaRobare, Mary Holton, Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, 2010
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