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From slate to marble : gravestone carving traditions in Eastern Massachusetts, 1770-1870

James Blachowicz
Blachowicz, James (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Compact Disc
English
Evanston, Illinois : Graver Press, c2006
xxxix, 440 p. : ill., maps. + 1 computer optical disc (col. ; 4 3/4 in.)
0977203107

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CD-ROM contains appendices 2-16 of the book with additional images and databases.

The history of gravestone carving in Massachusetts, including biographical sketches of many stone carvers.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Includes stone carvers with the surnames Adams, Burbank, Coye, Crosby, Fisher, Harlow, Holmes, Hope, Lamson, Linnell, Pratt, Rawson, Savery, Soule, Sturgis, Thompson, Tribble, Washburn, Winslow and others.

CD copy 1: 001-20061207

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