Always in Season: Folk Art and Traditional Culture in Vermont
Jane C. Beck
Vermont Council on the Arts, 1982 - Design - 144 pages
This engaging portrayal of history and people, past and present, tells much about self-reliance, pride of work, and craftsmanship.
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