Association for Gravestone Studies

Markers (vol. 7), 1990

Table of contents:
Harriette Merrifield Forbes -- Symbolic cemetery gates in New England / Harriette M. Forbes -- A portfolio of Mrs. Forbes' cast-iron gates / Margot Gayle -- "The fencing mania": the rise and fall of nineteenth-century funerary enclosures / Blanche Linden-Ward -- Bostons' Historic Burying Ground Initiative -- Eliot Burying Ground -- Dorchester North Burying Ground -- Copp's Hill Burying Ground -- The funerary monuments and burial patterns of colonial Tidewater Virginia, 1607-1776 / Elizabeth A. Crowell and Norman Vardney Mackie III -- Charles Miller Walsh: a master carver of gravestones in Virginia, 1865-1901 / Martha Wren Briggs -- Notes on the production of rustic monuments in the limestone belt of Indiana / Warren E. Roberts -- Stonecarvers of Monroe County, Indiana, 1828-1890 / Jennifer Lucas -- In the way of the white man's totem poles: stone monuments among Canada's Tsimshian Indians, 1879-1910 / Ronald W. Hawker -- The origins and early development of the Celtic Cross / Douglas Mac Lean
Publisher:
Association for Gravestone Studies
Place:
Needham, Mass.
Extent:
296 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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