Association for Gravestone Studies

Markers (vol. 6), 1989

Table of contents:
The John Dwight workshop in Shirley, Massachusetts, 1770-1816 / Eloise Sibley West -- Tributes in stone and lapidary lapses: commemorating the black people in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century America / Angelika Krueger-Kahloula -- Afro-American gravemarkers in North Carolina / M. Ruth Little -- Communities of the dead: tombstone as a reflection of social organization / Paula J. Fenza -- Camposantos: sacred places of the southwest / Laura Sue Sanborn -- United above though parted below: the hand as a symbol on nineteenth-century southwest Ontario gravestones / Nancy-Lou Patterson -- An early Christian athlete: the epitaph of Aurelius Eutychus of Eumeneia / Scott T. Carroll
Publisher:
University Press of America
Place:
Lanham (Md.)
Extent:
264 p.
Language:
English
Subject(s):
editor:
Chase, Theodore
Genre:
Location:
Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries
RB 004
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