Museographs: Appalachian Handicrafts

Museographs: Appalachian Handicrafts

High atop the Southern mountains lived the Appalachian settlers. They were people unconcerned with convention who lived removed from the throes of civilization for more than a century. From mighty blacksmiths to prized basket-makers, their crafts were well suited to a remote existence, giving them 'the tools to tame the wilderness.'

Hand thrown pottery preserved and transported food. Cornhusk dolls lent amusement to children's playtime. Chair making and woodcarving… (more)

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Publisher: The Lazar Group, Incorporated (August 05, 2017)

Parent ISBN: 9781456628857

Page count: 40 pages

Language: English


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