Material Culture Studies in America
Thomas J. Schlereth
Rowman Altamira, 1982 - History - 419 pages
The country's leading authority on use of artifactual evidence in historical research collects twenty-five classic essays and gives his overview of the field of material culture.
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Material Culture Studies in America 18761976
Words or Things?
The Challenge of the Artifact
Manuscripts and Manufacts
Culture History and Artifact
The Connoisseurship of Artifacts
The Six Requirements for Design
The Evolution of a Vernacular Form
An Indiana Subsistence Craftsman
Three American Arches
An Essay on Photography
An Interpretation of the Material
The Implications of Experimental
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