Association for Gravestone Studies

Markers (vol. 3), 1984

Table of contents:
Acknowledgments -- Where the bay meets the river: gravestones and stonecutters in the river towns of Western Massachusetts, 1690-1810 / Kevin M. Sweeney -- Speaking stones: New England grave carving and the emblematic tradition / Lucien L. Agosta -- A particular sense of doom: skeletal "revivals" in northern Essex County, Massachusetts, 1737-1784 / Peter Benes -- The Colburn connections: Hollis, New Hampshire stonecarvers, 1780-1820 / Theodore Chase and Laurel Gabel -- "And the men who made them": the signed gravestones of New England, 1984 additions / Sue Kelly and Anne Williams
Publisher:
University Press of America
Place:
Lanham (Md.)
Extent:
174 p.
Language:
English
Subject(s):
editor:
Watters, David
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Location:
Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries
RB 004
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