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a report for the Museum of English Rural Life at the University of Reading

Rural Crafts & Trades Today


An assessment of preservation and presentation in museums and archives
Compiled by David Viner

Part Three A Rural Crafts & Trades Bibliography

Grundisburgh Smithy, Museum of E.Anglian Life, Stowmarket

DAVID VINER Understanding, preserving and presenting the historic environment 8 Tower Street CIRENCESTER Glos GL7 1EF Phone & Fax 01285 651513 & E: dviner@waitrose.com December 2007

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Rural Crafts & Trades Today An assessment of preservation and presentation in museums and archives

Part Three : A Rural Crafts & Trades Bibliography


This section forms Appendix Eight of the main project report, but is bound separately here as a Part Three for convenience of reference and handling. Similarly, Appendix Three : The Directory, is separately bound as a Part Two. This Bibliography has been prepared under the terms of the Project Brief, i.e. an England-wide survey, which therefore (with a few exceptions) specifically excludes Welsh and Scottish detailed studies. The format adopted here conforms with the core baseline upon with this study has been developed viz. Jenkins, J. Geraint. 1965. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul (revised 1978). The selection of crafts and trades for inclusion here follows the listings used in that study, which has also been followed by the Questionnaire & Survey used for the consultation with museums in order to gather collections information. The collections held at the Museum of English Rural Life at Reading include not only objects and archives but the countrys leading library for the history of agriculture and rural life where much of the material listed below may be consulted. For access etc, see www.merl.org.uk. The Bibliography was compiled in November/December 2007.

JOURNALS & PERIODICALS


British Agricultural History Society Ceramic History Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association Costume Country Life Countryman Economic History Review English Folk Dance and Song Society (founded 1932) Farriers Journal Folk-Lore (founded 1890)

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Folk Life Furniture History Heavy Horse World Industrial Archaeology Man (founded 1900) Journal Manx Museum (founded 1924) Museum of English Rural Life Report (published annually since 1954) Pewter Society Pottery Quarterly Scottish Studies (founded 1957) Social History Curators Tools and Trades, Journal of the Tool and Trades History Society Ulster Folklife (founded 1955) Vernacular Architecture Woodworker

BIBLIOGRAPHY: General
Alexander, Bruce (ed) 1974. Crafts and Craftsmen, Croom Helm. Anon. 1827. The Book of English Trades and Library of the Useful Arts, C. & J. Rivington. Anon. 1957. Bibliography for Students, Museums Association. Anon. 1962. Bibliography of the History of Wales, Wales University Press. Anon. 1968. Select List of Books and Information Sources on Trades, Crafts and Small Industries in Rural Areas, Council for Small Industries in Rural Areas. [includes: country crafts, clay and plaster, glass and crystal, horn, leather, metal, natural fibres, stone, reed and straw, underwood, wood and miscellaneous] Anon. 1980. Further list [Select List of Books] in Group for Regional Studies in Museums Newsletter, no. 7. Anon. 1982. Traditional Crafts in Britain, Readers Digest Association Ltd. [includes clogger, copper, chairmaker, rake maker, trugger, wheelwright, woodturner] Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. (Reprinted EP Publications, Wakefield 1977) [includes blacksmith, saddler, turner, rake maker, trug maker, thatcher etc] Arnold, J. 1968. The Shell Book of Country Crafts, John Baker. (Reprinted 1977) Arnold, J. 1970. All Made by Hand, John Baker.

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Atkinson, Frank 1977. Life and Tradition in Northumberland and Durham, J.M. Dent & Sons. Belloc, Hilaire 1906. Hills and the Sea, Methuen & Co. Bettey, J.H. 1977. Rural Life in Wessex 1500-1900, Moonraker Press. Blair, John & Ramsay, Nigel (eds) 1991. English Medieval Industries, Hambledon Press. [includes stone, tin, lead, pewter, iron, pottery, tile, brick, leather, horn, wood] Blandford, Percy 1974. Country Craft Tools, David & Charles. Brill, Edith 1973. Life and Tradition in the Cotswolds, J.M. Dent & Sons. Brown, Jonathan & Ward, Sadie B. 1985. Village Life in England 1860-1940: a photographic record, Batsford. Bythell, Duncan 1978. The Sweated Trades outwork in nineteenth century Britain, Batsford Academic. [includes textile, lacemaking, boot and shoes, straw, nail and chain] Campbell, R. (ed) 1969. The London Tradesman, originally published 1747 by T. Gardner, David & Charles Reprint. Chaloner, W.H. & Musson, A.E. 1963. Industry and Technology: a visual history of Britain, Vista Books. Cobbett, William 1822. Cottage Economy, Oxford University Press. Cole-Morgan, J. (ed) 1992. Visiting Craft Workshops in the English Countryside, MPC. Collins, E.J.T. (ed) 2004. Crafts in the English Countryside: Towards a Future, Countryside Agency. [includes the horse industry, wheelwrights and wheelwrighting, the ironworking trades, the greenwood crafts, pole-lathe turners, basketry and building crafts] CoSIRA, Council for Small Industries in Rural Areas, 1968. Select List of Books and Information Sources on Trades, Crafts, and Small Industries in Rural Areas. Publication no. 79 CoSIRA, 1979. Craft Workshops in the English Countryside. Creasey, John S. 1977. Victorian and Edwardian Life from Old Photographs, Batsford. Creasey, John S. 1982. Industries of the Countryside in Seasons of Change, Sadie Ward et al., pp.66-98. Creasey, John S. & Ward, Sadie B. 1984. The Countryside Between the Wars 19181940: a photographic record, Batsford. Derrick, Freda 1945. Country Craftsmen, Chapman & Hall. Derrick, Freda 1950. A Trinity of Craftsmen. Chapman & Hall.

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Derry, T.K. & Williams, T.I. 1960. A Short History of Technology: from the Earliest Times to AD 1900, Clarendon Press. Draper, Jo 2002. Pots, Brooms and Hurdles from the Heathlands, Verwood & District Potteries Trust. Evans, George Ewart 1960. The Horse in the Furrow. Faber & Faber. Evans, Hugh 1948. The Gorse Glen, Hugh Evans & Sons. Farleigh, J. 1945. Fifteen Craftsmen and their Crafts, Sylvan Press. [includes Bernard Leach, potter] Farleigh, J. 1950. The Creative Craftsman, G. Bell & Sons. Filbee, Marjorie 1982. Cottage Industries, David & Charles. [includes lacemaker, baskets, pottery, leather, metal] Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1926. Timber and underwood industries and some village workshops in The Rural Industries of England and Wales. A Survey made on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford, Oxford University, vol. 1. (Reprinted 1977 by E.P. Publishing Ltd) Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1926. Osier-growing and basketry and some rural factories in The Rural Industries of England and Wales. A Survey made on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford, Oxford University, vol. 2. (Reprinted 1977 by E.P. Publishing Ltd) Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1927. Decorative crafts and rural potteries in The Rural Industries of England and Wales. A Survey made on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford, Oxford University, vol. 3. (Reprinted 1978 by E.P. Publishing Ltd) Green, J.L. 1895. The Rural Industries of England, E. Marlborough. Green, J.L. 1915. Village Industries, The Rural World Publishing Company, Hartley, Dorothy R. 1939. Made in England, Eyre Methuen. (4th edition 1974) Hartley, Dorothy R. 1942-3. The Countrymans England. Batsford. (1st edition 1935) Hartley, Dorothy R. & Elliot, Margaret M.V. 1925-31. Life and Work of the People of England: a Pictorial Record from Contemporary Sources, Batsford. 3 volumes: I A.D. 1000-1400; II A.D. 1400-1600; III A.D. 1600-1800. Hartley, Marie & Ingilby, Joan 1968. Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales, J.M. Dent & Sons. Hartley, Marie & Ingilby, Joan 1972. Life and Tradition in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire, J.M. Dent & Sons. Hartley, Marie & Ingilby, Joan 1976. Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire, J.M. Dent & Sons. (Reprinted 1990, Smith Settle Ltd.)

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Harvey, John 1975. Medieval Craftsmen, B.T. Batsford. [includes stone, clay, timber, metalwork] Hennell, T. no date. British Craftsmen, Collins. Hennell, T. 1936. Change in the Farm, Cambridge University Press. Hennell, T. 1947. The Countryman at Work, Architectural Press. [includes cooper, chairmaker, wagon builder] Higgs, J.W.Y. 1963. Folk Life Collection and Classification, Museums Association, Handbook for Museum Curators, Part C, Section 6. Hill, Jack 1979. The Complete Practical Book of Country Crafts, David & Charles. [includes sticks, crooks, rakes, besoms, hurdle, clog, woodturning, chair, cooper, wheelwright, blacksmith, harness, hornwork, basket, rushwork, thatch, straw, rope, bricks, pottery, spinning, weaving] Hils, Karl 1966. Creative Crafts, Batsford. Hogg, G. 1959. Country Crafts and Craftsmen, Hutchinson. Hogg, G. 1964. Hammer and Tongs, Hutchinson. Hudson, Kenneth 1980. The Shell Guide to Country Museums, Heinemann. Hughes, G.B. 1953. Living Crafts, Lutterworth Press. [includes pewterer, basket, charcoal, horner, cooper, woodturner] Husa, Vaclav 1967. Traditional Crafts and Skills: Life and work in Medieval and Renaissance Times, Paul Hamlyn. Ireson, Barbara 1975. Cottage Crafts, Faber. Jekyll, Gertrude 1925. Old English Household Life: some account of cottage objects and country folk, Batsford. Jenkins, J.G. 1960. Field Work and Documentation in Folk-Life Studies in Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 90, no. 2, pp.259-271. Jenkins, J.G. 1965. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. (Revised 1978) Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Craft Industries, Longman. [includes straw plait, baskets, ropes, nets, pottery, trug, chair and clog making] Jenkins, J.G. 1976. Life and Tradition in Rural Wales, J.M. Dent & Sons. Jenkins, J.G. 1977. Exploring Country Crafts, E.P. Publishing. Jewell, Andrew 1968. Crafts, Trades and Industries: a book list for local historians, National Council of Social Service for the Standing Conference for Local History. Jobson, A. 1953. Household and Country Crafts, Elek. (Reprinted 1970 by Cedric Chivers Ltd) [includes cooper, blacksmith, wheelwright, carpenter, hurdle maker, chair-bodger, besom maker, basket] Johnson, George F. no date. Rural Handicrafts, Sir Isaac Pitman.

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Jones, A.M. 1927, The Rural Industries of England and Wales. A Survey made on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford, Oxford University. Jones, J.L. 1975. Crafts and the Countryside, David & Charles. Kightly, Charles 1984. Country Voices: life and lore in farm and village, Thames and Hudson. Lawson, Andrew 1978. Handmade in London, Cassell. Lewis, Griselda (ed) 1960. Handbook of Crafts, Edward Hulton. Lewis, June R. 1978. Handbook of English Crafts and Craftsmen, Robert Hale. Lucie-Smith, Edward 1981. The Story of Craft: the craftsmans role in society, Phaidon. Manners, J.E. 1974. Country Crafts Today, David & Charles. Manners, J.E. 1976. Country Crafts in Pictures, David & Charles. Martin, E.W. 1954. The Secret People: being an account of English people, their lives, work and development through a period of 200 years, Phoenix House. Massingham, H.J. 1938. Shepherds Country, Chapman & Hall. Massingham, H.J. 1939. Country Relics, Cambridge University Press. McGrail, Sean (ed) 1982. Woodworking Techniques before A.D. 1500, BAR International Series 129. Mercer, E. 1975. English Vernacular Houses, HMSO. Mingay, G.E. 1976. Rural Life in Victorian England, Heinemann. (Reprinted with illustrations 1990 by Alan Sutton Publishing) Mitchell, C.M. 1954. Yorkshire Crafts: a general guide to the craft workshops in the Castle Museum, York, York Corporation. Mossman, Keith 1978. The Shell Book of Rural Britain, David & Charles. Moxon, Joseph 1703. Mechanick Exercises: or the doctrine of handy-works, Midwinter & Leigh. (3rd edition) Nicholson, John 1825. The Operative Mechanic and British Machinist, Knight & Lacey. Nicolle, George 1993. The Woodworking Trades: a select bibliography, Twybill Press. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. Parker, J.F. 1946. Old Bewdley and its Industries in Trans Worcestershire Archaeological Society. Peate, I.C. 1972. Tradition and Folk Life, Faber. Pullbrook, E.C. 1933. English Country Life and Work: an account of some past aspects and present features, Batsford.

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Quennell, Marjorie & C.H.B. 1950-2. History of Everyday Things in England, Batsford. (3rd edition revised, 4 volumes: I 1066-1499; II 1500-1732; III 1733-1851; IV 1952-1914) Quinn, Tom & Felix, Paul no date. Last of the Line, Traditional British Craftsmen, David & Charles. Quinn, Tom & Felix, Paul no date. The Art of the Traditional Craftsmen, David & Charles. Rackham, O. 1986. The History of the Countryside, J.M. Dent. (2nd Edition 2003) Raymond, Walter no date. The Book of Crafts & Character, Hodder & Stoughton. [includes hurdle maker, wheelwright] Richardson, A.E. 1931. Georgian England: a survey of social life, trades, industries and art, 1700-1820, Batsford. Rollinson, William 1974. Life and Tradition in the Lake District, J.M. Dent & Sons. Rural History Centre, University of Reading, 1998. Paintings, Prints and Drawings: Guide to the Collections. Rural History Centre, University of Reading, no date. Drawings of Carts, Waggons, Ploughs, and Mills. Typescript catalogue. Rural Industries Bureau Collection: archive collection held at MERL, includes collection of press cuttings and photographs [1936-38] of rural crafts and industries [hay rake making, blacksmithing, osier basket making, wheelwright, hurdle making etc] Salaman, R.A. 1975. Dictionary of Tools used in the Woodworking and Allied Trades c.1700-1970, George Allen & Unwin. (2nd edition 1989, revised by Philip Walker, published by Unwin Hyman Ltd) Salzman, L.F. 1913. English Industries in the Middle Ages: being an introduction to the industrial history of medieval England, Constable & Co. Samuel, R. (ed) 1975. Village Life and Labour, Routledge & Kegan Paul. Seager, Elizabeth (ed) 1978. The Countryman Book of Village Trades and Crafts, David & Charles. [includes potter, waggon, wheelwright, basket, coracles, brooms, besom, saddler, cobbler] Seymour, John 1984. The Forgotten Arts, Dorling Kindersley Ltd. [includes clog-sole cutting, clogmaking, wheelwrighting, coopering, bodging, turning, making of hurdles, rakes, and chairs] Seymour, John 1991. Rural Life: Pictures from the Past, Collins & Brown. Sibbit, Christine 1968. bells, blankets, baskets and boats, survey of crafts and industries in Oxfordshire, Oxford City & County Museum.

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1954. From Early Times to Fall of Ancient Empires, A History of Technology, Vol. I. Oxford University Press. Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1956. The Mediterranean Civilizations and the Middle Ages. A History of Technology, Vol. II. Oxford University Press. Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1957. From the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution c.1500-c.1700, A History of Technology, Vol. III. Oxford University Press. Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1958. The Industrial Revolution, c.1750-c.1850, A History of Technology, Vol. IV. Oxford University Press. Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1958. The Late Nineteenth Century, c.1850-c.1900, A History of Technology, Vol. V. Oxford University Press. Smedley, Norman 1976. Life and Tradition in Suffolk and North-East Essex, J.M. Dent & Sons. Smedley, Norman 1977. East Anglian Crafts, B.T. Batsford. [includes carpenter, wheelwright, farrier, leather, cooper, thatcher, rake, hurdles, osier basket, brick] Smith, D.J. 1977. Discovering Country Crafts, Shire. Smith, D.M. 1965. The Industrial Archaeology of the East Midlands, David & Charles. Stannard, John 1979. Norfolk Craftsmen, Boydell Press. [includes broom, charcoal, wheelwright] Stephens, H. 1844. Book of the Farm, Edinburgh. (5 editions between 1844 and 1908) Stowe, E.J. 1939. Crafts for Rural Schools, Longmans. [includes hay rake, hurdle, sheep cages, straw leasing, thatching] Stowe, E.J. 1948. Crafts of the Countryside, Longmans Green & Co. (Reprinted EP Publications 1976) Tabor, R. 1994. Traditional Woodland Crafts: a practical guide, Batsford. [includes besoms, gate hurdles, wattle hurdles, thatching wood] Tomlinson, C. 1858. Illustrations of useful arts, manufacturers and trade, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Toulson, S. 1977. Discovering Farm Museums and Farm Parks, Shire. Turner, W.J. (ed) 1945. British Craftsmanship, Collins. [includes articles by Thomas Hennell, John Gloag on British furniture makers, and Kenneth Ullyett on British Clocks and Clockmakers] Ure, Dictionary of Arts Manufacturer and Mines, edited by R. Hunt & F.W. Rudler, Longmans Green. 4 vols. 1878. Vince, John 1974. Old Farm Tools, Shire. Walker, P. 1994. The Victorian Catalogue of Tools for Trades and Crafts, Studio Editions Ltd.

Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Ward, Sadie et al 1982. Seasons of Change: rural life in Victorian and Edwardian England, George Allen & Unwin. Ward, Sadie, 1991. The Countryside Remembered, Select Books. Whelan, John M. 1993. The Wooden Plane: Its History, Form, and Function, The Astragal Press. Williams, M.W. 1958. The Country Craftsman; a study in some rural crafts and the rural industries organisation in England, Routledge & Kegan Paul. Winstanley, Michael (ed) 2000. Rural Industries of the Lune Valley, Centre for NorthWest Regional Studies, University of Lancaster. [includes textile, stone, slates, basket] Woods, K.S. 1921. The Rural Industries Round Oxford: a survey made on behalf of the Institute for Research into Agricultural Economics, Clarendon Press. [Surveyed 1919-20, includes woodland, osier and basket making, hoop making, rake making, chair making at Stokenchurch, coopering, wheelwrighting] Woods, K.S. 1949. Rural Crafts of England: a Study of Skilled Workmanship, Harrap. (Reprinted 1975 by EP Publications) Wright, J. (ed). The English Dialect Dictionary, Oxford University Press. Report of the Royal Commission on Labour, volume 3, 1893. Wymer, N.G. 1946. English Country Crafts: a Survey of their Development from Early Times to Present Day, B.T. Batsford. [includes wheelwrighting, chair bodging, trugs, hoop making, rake making] Wymer, N.G. 1947. A Breath of England: the Southern Shires, Lutterworth Press. Wymer, N.G. 1949. English Town Crafts: a Survey of their Development from Early Times to the Present Day, Batsford. (Reprinted 1975, E.P. Publishing Ltd) Wymer, N. 1952. Rural Crafts, Oxford University Press. The Story of the Countryside, Series II, Book 6. [includes baskets, hurdle, wood crafts, straw, stone, leather, hair]

WOODLAND CRAFTS: General


Abbott, M. 1991. Green Woodwork, Guild of Master Craftsmen Publications Ltd. Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain: an Account of the Traditional Uses of Trees and Timbers in the British Countryside, Batsford. (Reprinted 1973 by David and Charles) Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1926. Timber and Underwood Industries and some Village Workshops in The Rural Industries of England and Wales. A Survey made on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford, Oxford University, vol. 1. (Reprinted 1977 by E.P. Publishing Ltd)

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Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Howard, Alexander 1948. Timbers of the World, Macmillan & Co. Lambert, F. 1957. Tools and Devices for Coppice Crafts. Evans Brothers. Mayes, L.J. 1966. Woodland Turners in Wood, December 1966, pp.37-39. Preece, Patricia 1987-88. Woodmen of the Oxfordshire Chilterns, 1300-1800 in Folk Life, vol. 26, pp.70-77. Preece, Patricia 1995-96. Tent peg making in the Oxfordshire Chilterns during the 1939-45 War in Folk Life, vol. 34, pp.57-63. Rackham, O. 1976. Trees and Woodlands in the British Landscape, J.M. Dent. Rackham, O. 1980. Ancient Woodland: its history, vegetation and uses in England, Edward Arnold. Rackham, O. 1986. The History of the Countryside, J.M. Dent. (New 2nd edition 2003) Sparkes, Ivan G. 1977. Woodland Craftsmen, Shire. Tabor, R. 1994. Traditional Woodland Crafts: a practical guide, Batsford. Williamson, Laureen 1985. The lost tent peggers who made millions in The Countryman, Autumn 1985, vol. 90, no. 3, p.37.

Woodland Crafts: Chair Bodger


Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [chair bodging, pp.37-44] Dixon, P.H. 1994. The Reading Lathe a link with the Anglo-Saxon migration, Cross Publishing. [George W. Lailey, pole-lathe, Bucklebury Common] Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford. [chair bodging, pp.33-39] Filmer, Richard 1985. Pole Lathes and the Chiltern Chair Bodger in Period Home, vol. 6, no. 5, May 1985, pp.31-34. Hennell, T. 1947. The Countryman at Work, Architectural Press. [chair bodging, pp.73-76] Hogg, G. 1959. Country Crafts and Craftsmen, Hutchinson. [chair bodging, pp.80-86] Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Craft Industries, Longman. [chair bodger and chair maker, pp.84-92] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [chair bodger, 3pp.15-22] Mayes, L.J. no date. The Windsor Chair Makers Tools. A descriptive guide to the collection in the High Wycombe Museum. Mayes, L.J. 1960. The History of Chair Making in High Wycombe, Routledge. Roe, F.G. 1953. Windsor Chairs, Phoenix House. Smith, D. 1937. Woodwork, an Introductory Historical Survey, Batsford. [chair bodging, pp.35-58]

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Williamson, L. 1986. Woodcrafts in South Oxfordshire: chair bodging and tent pegging, Oxfordshire Museums Information Sheet 21, Woodstock Oxon. County Museum. Wymer, N. 1946. English Country Crafts, Batsford. [chair bodging, pp.65-66]

Woodland Crafts: Clogger (clog sole maker)


Atkinson, Jeremy 1984. Clogs and Clogmaking, Shire. Bamforth, H. no date. The Clog Maker, Colne Valley Museum, Golcar, Huddersfield. Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford. [clog making, pp.24, 42, 104] Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1926. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, I, Clarendon Press. Hartley, D. 1934. Heres England, Rich & Cowan. [clogs, pp.47-52] Hogg, G. 1959. Country Crafts and Craftsmen, Hutchinson. [clog maker, pp.90, 91] Jenkins, J.G. 1961. The rare craft of the clog maker in Country Life, April 6, pp.768769. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [clog maker, pp.22-25] Jones, A.M. 1927. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, Clarendon Press. [clogs, pp.44-51] Woods, K.S. 1949. Rural Crafts in England, Harrap. [clog making, pp.104, 114, 145]

Woodland Crafts: Wattle Hurdle Maker


Boakes, J. 2001. Making a Woven Hurdle, Smith Settle. Draper, Jo 2002. Pots, Brooms and Hurdles from the Heathlands, Verwood & District Potteries Trust. [hurdle maker, pp.19-21] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [wattle hurdle maker, pp.25-30] Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [wattle hurdle maker, pp.165170]

Woodland Crafts: Hoop Maker


Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [hoop maker, pp.30-36]

Woodland Crafts: Charcoal Burner


Agricola. De Re Metallica, translated by H.C. and L.H. Hoover, 1950.

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Armstrong, L. 1978. Woodcolliers and Charcoal Burning, Coach Publishing and The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum. Bird, J. 1855. The Medicinal and Economic Properties of Vegetable Charcoal, John Churchill. Bunbury, H.M. 1923. The Destructive Distillation of Wood, Benn Brothers. Crossley, D. 2005. English woodlands and the supply of fuel for industry in Industrial Archaeology Review, vol. 27, pp.105-12. David, G.H. 1993. Charcoal Burners in Country Life, Nov 4, vol. 187, no. 44. Dickinson, H.W. & Straker, E. 1937. Charcoal and Pyroligenous Acid Making in Sussex, Paper read at Imperial College. Dowsett, J. Morewood 1946. Charcoal Burning in Geographical Magazine, January 1946, pp.387-392. Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford. [charcoal, pp.148-153] Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M. 1926. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, I: Timber and Underwood Industries, Clarendon Press. Forest Products Research Laboratory 1944. The Construction and Operation of Charcoal Kilns, H.M.S.O., leaflet no. 35. Forestry Commission 1962. The Manufacture of Wood Charcoal, HMSO. Gale, R. 2003. Wood-Based Industrial Fuels and their Environmental Impact on Lowland Britain in P. Murphy and P.E.J. Wiltshire (eds), The Environmental Archaeology of Industry, Oxbow. Hammersley, G. 1973. The Charcoal Iron Industry and its Fuel in Economic History Review, 2nd series, vol. 26, pp.593-613. Hennell, T. 1936. Change in the Farm, Cambridge University Press. [charcoal burning, pp.196-197] Hughes, B. 1953. Living Crafts, Lutterworth Press. [charcoal burner, pp.122-129] Hukins, M. 1980. The Charcoal Burner in Bygone Kent, vol. 1, no. 3, p.141. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [charcoal burner, pp.36-39] Jones, A.M. 1927. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, IV, Clarendon Press. [charcoal burning and wood distillery, pp.62-64] Kelley, D.W. 1986. Charcoal and Charcoal Burning, Shire. Klar, M. 1903. The Technology of Wood Distillation, translated by Rule, Chapman and Hall 1925. Linnard, W. 1986-87. Sooty Bands from Tents of Turf: woodcolliers and charcoalburning in Wales in Folk Life, vol. 25, pp.46-73.

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Rackham, O. 2002. Charcoal from Donyatt Potteries in R. Coleman-Smith, Excavations in the Donyatt Potteries: Site 13, Post-Medieval Archaeology, vol. 36, pp.118-72. Reynolds, L. 1962. The Manufacture of Wood Charcoal, Forestry Commission, Forest Records No. 19. Smith, J.B. 1987-8, Charcoal-Burners Adders in Folk Life, vol. 26, pp.109-110. Walton, James 1958. Charcoal Burners Huts in Gwerin, vol. 2, no. 2, pp.58-67. Woods, K.S. 1949. Rural Crafts of England, Harrap. [charcoal burning, pp.43, 81, 104, 138-140]

Woodland Crafts: Thatching Spar Maker


CoSIRA, 1961. The Thatchers Craft, Council for Small Industries in Rural Areas. Draper, Jo 2002. Pots, Brooms and Hurdles from the Heathlands, Verwood & District Potteries Trust. [thatching spar maker, pp.22-4] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [thatching spar maker, pp.39-41] Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [thatching spar maker, pp.181185]

VILLAGE WOODCRAFTS: General


Bates, Rachel 1945. Industry in a Lakeland Village in Country Life 98, September 7 1945, pp.424-5. Bayliss, R. 1966. Carpentry and Joinery, Hutchinson. Bealer, A.W. 1996. Old Ways of Working Wood, Castle Books. Bradshaw, A.E. 1962. Handmade Woodwork of the Twentieth Century. Campin, F. no date. The Practice of Hand-Turning in Wood, Ivory, Shell etc, E. & F.N. Spon. Coventon, W. 1953. Woodwork Tools and their Use. Durst, Alan 1938. Wood Carving, Studio Publications. Eastwick-Field, J. 1966. The Design and Practice of Joinery, Architectural Press. Ellis, G. 1921. Modern Practical Joinery, Batsford. Emery, A.S. 1946. Elementary Carpentry and Joinery, Macmillan. Farmer, R.H. (ed) 2000. Handbook of Hardwoods, with 1997 supplement, Watford CRC. (1st edition 1972) Goodman, W.L. 1964. A History of Woodworking Tools, Bell.

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Goodman, W.L. 1968. British Planemakers from 1700, G. Bell & Sons. (2nd edition in 1978 published by Arnold & Walker; 3rd edition in 1993, published by Roy Arnold) Hennell, T. 1947. The Countryman At Work, Architectural Press. Hibben, Thomas 1933. The Carpenters Tool Chest, George Routledge. Keeling, F. 1959. Constructional Carpentry, Macmillan. Keeling, F. 1963. Carpentry and Joinery: advanced examples, Macmillan. Kelsey, W.E. 1954. Carpentry, joinery and woodcutting machinery, Macmillan. Maskell, Alfred 1911. Wood Sculpture, Methuen. Massingham, H.J. 1943. Men of Earth, Chapman & Hall. Massingham, H.J. 1946. Where Man Belongs, Collins. [Goodchild of Naphill, chairmaker; and the Perkinses of Chilton, wheelwrights] McKay, W.B. 1965. Joinery, Longmans Green. (2nd edition) Mercer, H.C. 1951. Ancient Carpenters Tools: together with lumbermens, joiners and cabinet makers tools in use in the eighteenth century, Bucks. County Historical Society. (2nd edition, first published 1929) Owen, T.M. 1959. Welsh Folk Customs, National Museum of Wales, Welsh Folk Museum. Peate, I.C. 1945, Welsh Folk Crafts and Industries , National Museum of Wales, Welsh Folk Museum. Pinto, Edward H. 1949. Treen or Small Woodware, Batsford. Pinto, Edward H. 1962. The Craftsman in Wood, Bell. Pinto, Edward H. 1969. Treen and other Wooden Bygones, Bell. Riley, J.W. 1930. A Manual of Carpentry and Joinery, Macmillan. Rose, Walter 1937. The Village Carpenter, Cambridge University Press. (Reprinted 1938, 1943, 1946, 1952, 1973, 1987) Salaman, R.A. 1975. A Dictionary of Tools used in the Woodworking and Allied Trades, c.1700-1970, George Allen & Unwin. Walker, Philip 1980. Woodworking Tools, Shire. Williams, W.M. 1958. The Country Craftsman; a study in some rural crafts and the rural industries organisation in England, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [Includes wheelwrighting; based on field survey in Devon, Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire in 1954/55]

Village Woodcrafts: Osier Basket Maker


Ablett, W. 1880. The culture of osiers in Journal of Bath & West & Southern Counties Society, 3rd ser. vol. 12, pp.223-9.

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Anon. 1981. A Selected Bibliography on Willow Basket Making, Group for Regional Studies in Museums Newsletter, vol. 9, pp.52-5. Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [basket maker, pp.55-64] Bagshawe, T.W. 1972. Bedfordshire Basket Makers in Bedfordshire Magazine, 13 no. 100, pp.163-7. Bagshawe, T.W. 1981. Basketmaking in Bedfordshire, Luton Museum and Art Gallery. Blanchard, M.M. 1928. The Basketry Book, Scribner. Bobart, H.H. 1911. Records of the Basketmakers Company, Part 1, Dunn, Collin & Co. Bobart, H.H. 1936. Basketwork through the Ages. Oxford University Press. Brown, M. 1976. Cane and Rush Seating, Batsford. Butcher, A. 1988. Sources for the history of basket making in Basketmakers Association Newsletter, No. 47, pp.18-19. Caffrey, H.C. 1979. Some Craftsmen in the Tame Valley in Folk Life, vol. 17, pp.6467. [skips for cotton trade] Collier, D. 1924. Basket Making, Cassell. Crampton, C. 1924. Cane Work, Dryad Press. Crampton, C. & Mochrie, B. 1931. Rush Work, Dryad Press. Ellmore, W.P. 1919. The Cultivation of Osiers and Willows, Dent. Firth, Annie 1901. Cane Basket Work: a practical manual on weaving useful and fancy baskets, L. Upcott Gill. Fitzrandolph H.E. & Hay M.D. 1926. Osier-growing and Basketry and some Rural Factories in The Rural Industries of England and Wales. A Survey made on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford, Oxford University, vol. 2. (Republished 1977 by E.P. Publishing Ltd) Foster, M. 1980. Basket Making in Newington in Bygone Kent, vol. 1, no. 1, pp.7-8. Hennell, T. 1947. The Countryman at Work, Architectural Press. [basket maker, pp.17-21] Heseltine, Alastair 1982. Baskets and Basketmaking, Shire. Hughes, G.B. 1953. Living Crafts, Lutterworth Press. [basket maker, pp.105-111] Jenkins, J.G. 1963. Some Country Basket Makers in Gwerin, vol. 3, no. 4, pp.186-9. Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Craft Industries, Longman. [baskets, pp.1-11] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [osier basket maker, pp.42-52] Knock, A.J. 1965. Willow Basketry, Dryad.

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Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [basket maker, pp.17-24] Okey, Thomas 1912. An Introduction to the Art of Basket-Making, Pitman. (Reprinted 1986) Okey, Thomas 1930. A Basketful of Memories: an autobiographical sketch, J.M. Dent & Sons. Preece, P. 1996. Osier growing and cultivation in the Kennett Valley in Berkshire Old & New, vol. 13, pp.39-48. Roffey, Mabel 1930. Simple Basketry for Homes and Schools, Pitman. Roffey, Mabel & Cross, Charlotte S. 1933. Rush-Work, Pitman. Ronald, Paul 1978. The Basketmakers Company, Worshipful Co. of Basketmakers. Stott, K.G. 1946. Cultivation and uses of basket willows in Quarterly Journal of Forestry, April 1946. Stowe, E.J. 1948. Crafts of the Countryside, Longmans Green. [basket making, pp.11-21] Willsan, T. no date. Willow and osier culture in Journal of Bath & West & Southern Counties Society, 4th ser. vol. 10, pp.188-9. Wright, Dorothy, 1959. Baskets and Basketry, Batsford. (Republished 1972) Wright, Dorothy, 1977. The Complete Book of Baskets and Basketry, David & Charles. Wymer, N. 1952. Rural Crafts, Oxford University Press. [basketry, pp.13-22]

Village Woodcrafts: Spale Basket Maker


Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [spale basket maker, pp.53-55] Stothard, F.S. 1950. Old spale baskets in Agriculture, vol. 57, pp.288-290.

Village Woodcrafts: Trugger


Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [trug maker, pp.125133] Betts, Jill 1991-92. The Devon Splint Basket in Folk Life, vol. 30, pp.43-48. [Jack Rowsell of Tiverton, taped interview deposited in Oral Archive of Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury] Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford. [trug baskets, p.111-113] Hogg, G. 1959. Country Crafts and Craftsmen, Hutchinson. [trug basket making, pp.23-29]

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Village Woodcrafts: Bowl Turner


Bryant, D. 1966. Bowls, Cassell. Filmer, Richard 1985. Pole Lathes: the Ancient Craft of Bowl Turning in Period Home, vol. 6, no. 6, June 1985, pp.25-27. Jenkins, J.G. 1963. Bowl Turners and Spoon Carvers in Folk Life, vol. 1, pp.35-42. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [bowl turner, pp.59-65] Jones, A.W. 1958. Introductory Notes to Ornamental Turning, Society of Ornamental Turners. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [wood turner, pp.65-70] Pain, F. 1957. The Practical Wood Turner, Evans Brothers. Peate, I.C., 1930. Some Welsh Wood-turners and their Trade in Studies in Regional Consciousness and Environment: Essays Presented to H.J. Fleure , pp.174-188. Snow, C.F.F. 1948. The making of bowls in Country Life, June 25, pp.1284-1285. Stanley-Stone, A.C. 1925. The Worshipful Company of Turners of London: Its Origin and History, Lindley-Jones & Brother.

Village Woodcrafts: Spoon Carver


Jenkins, J.G. 1963. Bowl Turners and Spoon Carvers in Folk Life, vol. 1, pp.35-42. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [spoon carver, pp.66-70]

Village Woodcrafts: Rake Maker


Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [rake making, pp.8694] Bagshawe, T.W. 1956. Rake and Scythe-Handle Making in Bedfordshire and Suffolk in Gwerin, vol. 1, no. 1, June 1956, pp.34-46. Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford.

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Felix, P. 1997. The rakes progress in The Countryman, vol. 102, no. 2, pp.56-7. Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1926. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, I, Clarendon Press. Hill, J. 1977. Rake Making in Woodworker, March 1977, p.84. Hogg, G. 1959. Country Crafts and Craftsmen, Hutchinson. [rake making pp.109110. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [rake maker, pp.70-79] Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [rake maker, pp.171-176, Ernest Sims of Pamber End] Snow, C.F.F. 1945. The workshop in the countryside in Country Life, vol. 98, 7 Dec, pp.1006-7. [rakes] Stowe, E.J. 1948. Crafts of the Countryside, Longmans Green. [hay and drag rakes, pp.72-75] Tabor, Ray 1992. The Rake Factory in Tool and Trades History Society Newsletter, no. 37, Spring 1992, pp.15-33. [rake factory at Little Welnetham, Suffolk] Thorndyke, M.A. 1981. Drawn through the Ages: the English drag rake in Country Life, 14 May, pp.1363. Woods, K.S. 1949. Rural Crafts of England, Harrap. [rake making, pp.113-117]

Village Woodcrafts: Gate Hurdle Maker


Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [hurdle maker, pp.7586] Derrick, F. 1950. A Trinity of Craftsmen, Chapman and Hall. [hurdle maker, pp.82-93] Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford. Forestry Commission 1956. Utilisation of Hazel Coppice, H.M.S.O., Bulletin no. 27. Hennell, T. 1947. The Countryman at Work, Architectural Press. [hurdle maker, pp.42-43] Hogg, G. 1959. Country Crafts and Craftsmen, Hutchinson. [hurdle maker, pp.59-63] Jenkins, J.G. 1958. The disappearing gate hurdle in Country Life 124, September 11 1958, pp.526-7. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [gate hurdle maker, pp.79-83] Lambert, F. 1957. Tools and Devices for Coppice Crafts, Evans Brothers. Stowe, E.J. 1948. Crafts of the Countryside, Longmans Green. [hurdle making, pp.22-26]

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Village Woodcrafts: Broom Squire, Besoms, Brush Makers


Additions to Bibliography, No. 5 Brush-Making. Group for Regional Studies in Museums Newsletter, vol. 8, 1980, pp.31-2. Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [besom maker, pp.85-103] Boxall, E.W. 1952. The Broomsquire in The Countryman, vol. 46, no. 1, pp.115-6. Cruickshank, G.D.R. 1980. Building birch brooms at Portobello in Folk Life, vol. 18, pp.69-77. Dickinson, H.W. 1943-45. Besoms, Brooms, Brushes and Pencils: The Handicraft Period in Transactions of the Newcomen Society, vol. XXIV, pp.98-108. Doughty, K.A. 1993. Brushmaker or tramp? in Family Tree Magazine, vol. 9 no. 5, March 1993, pp.15-17. Draper, Jo 2002. Pots, Brooms and Hurdles from the Heathlands, Verwood & District Potteries Trust. Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford. [besom making, p.23, 36, 42] Fitzrandolph, H.E. 1921. Broom-making in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire in Journal of Ministry of Agriculture, vol. 28, no. 5. Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1926. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, I, Clarendon Press. Girtin, Tom 1961. In Love and Unity: a book about brushmaking, Hutchinson & Co. Hartley, D. 1934. Heres England, Rich & Cowan. [besoms, pp.161-167] Jenkins, J.G. 1947. Broom maker of the woodlands in Country Life 122, October 17 1947, pp.833, 835. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [broom squire, pp.83-89]

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Jones, H. 1938. Hand Made Brooms in Dorset Yearbook, p.98. Jones, M.G. 1974. The Story of Brushmaking: a Norfolk Craft, Briton Chadwick Ltd. Kiddier, William no date. The Brushmaker and the Secrets of his Craft: His Romance, Pitman. Kiddier, William 1930. The Old Trade Unions: From Unprinted Records of the Brushmakers, George Allen & Unwin Ltd. Lambert, F. 1957. Tools and Devices for Coppice Crafts, Evans Brothers. [besom making tools and method, pp.46-47] Manners, J.E. 1976. New brooms to sweep clean in Country Life, vol. 159, 4107, 18 Mar, p.704. [Hampshire besom making] Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [broom squire, pp.150-154] Snow, C.F.F. 1944. The Art of Besom-Making in Country Life, vol. XCV, no. 2465, 14 April, pp.644-45. Snow, Michael R. 1984. Brushmaking: Craft and Industry, Oxford Polytechnic Press. Woods, K.S. 1921. The Rural Industries Round Oxford, Clarendon Press. [besoms, pp.94-97] Wymer, Norman 1947. Brush-makers of Wells in Country Life, vol. CI, 24 January, p.227. Young, W.H. 1988. Buy a Broom Besom: the story of a broom.

Village Woodcrafts: Cooper


Boakes, J. 2001. Making a Barrel, Smith Settle. Chartres, J. 1989. Coopering and basketmaking in Agrarian History of England & Wales, vol. 6, 1750-1850, pp.434-8. Coleman, J.C. 1944. The Craft of Coopering in Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, vol. 2 XLIX, no. 170, pp.1-12. Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford. Elkington, G. 1930. The Worshipful Company of Coopers: with notes and recollections 1873 to 1930, privately printed. Elkington, G. 1933. The Coopers: Company and Craft, Sampson Low. Firth, J.F. 1848. The Coopers Company, London: Historical Memoranda, Charters, Documents, and Extracts from the Records of the Corporation and the Books of the Company. 1396-1848, London. Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1926. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, I, Oxford Clarendon Press. Foster, W. 1944. A Short History of the Coopers Company, Cambridge University Press.

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Gilding, Bob 1971. The Journeymen Coopers of East London, History Workshop Pamphlets No. 4. Grant, A. 1976. The Cooper in Liverpool in Industrial Archaeology Review, vol. 1, no. 1, pp.28-36. Hankerson, F.P. 1947. The Cooperage Handbook , Chemical Publishing Co. Harris, S.C.L. 1986-87. The Wooden Bottle, 1700-1900 in Folk Life, vol. 25, pp.1832. Hennell, T. 1947. The Countryman at Work, Architectural Press. Hogg, G. 1959. Country Crafts and Craftsmen, Hutchinson. [cooper, pp.46-52, 72-74] Hughes, G.B. 1953. Living Crafts, Lutterworth Press. [cooper, pp. 98-104] Jenkins, J.G. 1957. The Coopers Craft in Gwerin, vol. 1, no. 4, December 1957, pp.149-60. Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Coopers Craft, National Museum of Wales. (Reprinted 1981) Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [cooper, pp. 89-103] Jenkins, J.G. & Salaman, R.A. 1957 in Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1957. A Note on Coopering, A History of Technology, Vol. III. Oxford University Press, pp.128-33. Kilby, K. 1971. The Cooper and his Trade, John Baker. (Reprinted 1977, 1989) Kilby, K. 1977. The Village Cooper, Shire. Kilby, K. 2004. Coopers and Coopering, Shire. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [cooper, pp.155-161] Smith, J.B. 1987-88. Thatchers Owls in Folk Life, vol. 26, pp.101-2.

Village Woodcrafts: Coracle Builder


Anon. 1983. Coracles: a bibliography, Horniman Museum & Library. Bobart, H.H. 1936. Basketwork through the Ages, Oxford University Press. [coracles, pp.52, 71, 75, 77, 127] Edlin, H.L. 1949. Woodland Crafts in Britain, Batsford. [coracles, pp.142-143] Felix, P. 1996. The cowskin boatman in The Countryman, vol. 101, no. 6, pp.62-8. [Eustace Rogers, Ironbridge] Hogg, G. 1959. Country Crafts and Craftsmen, Hutchinson. [coracles, pp.69-72] Hornell, James. 1938. British Coracles and Irish Curraghs, Society for Nautical Research. Jenkins, J.G. 1976. The coracle as a fishing craft in Welsh rivers, in Folk and Farm: essays in honour of A.T. Lucas, ed. C.O. Danachair, Dublin, pp.97-109.

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Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [coracle builder, pp.103-109] Jenkins, J.G. 1974. Nets and Coracles, David & Charles. Jones, A.M. 1927. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, IV, Clarendon Press. [coracles, pp.72-74] Linnard, W. 1981. Timber floating: an early record on the Tay, and the use of coracles or curraghs in Scottish Studies, vol. 25, pp.77-9. Waterer, J.W. 1951. Leather and Craftsmanship, Faber. [Welsh coracles] Wight, M. 1946. Coracles survive from Roman days in Country Life, 11 Jan, vol. 99, pp.70-71. Woods, K.S. 1949. Rural Crafts of England, Harrap. [coracles, pp.17, 19]

Village Woodcrafts: Wheelwright


Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [wheelwright, pp.145154] Arnold, J. 1969. The Farm Waggons of England and Wales, John Baker. Arnold, J. 1977. Farm Waggons and Carts, David & Charles. Bailey, Jocelyn 1975. The Village Wheelwright and Carpenter, Shire. (1st edition reprinted 1977, 1980, 1985, 1989, 1994) Bailey, Jocelyn 1978. Country Wheelwright, Batsford. [The Baileys, father and son, wheelwrights of Kingsworth, Kent] Bennett, Eric 1970. The Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights of the City of London 1670-1970, David & Charles. Berry, Frank 1988. Bench, Saw & Plane: A Cotswold Apprenticeship, The Whittington Press. [Frank Berry, apprenticed to wheelwright and carpenter at Brockhampton] Carter, Mary 1992. Old Occupations: Wheelwrights in Family Tree Magazine, vol. 8, no. 12, p.4. Clark, John 1984. Richard Crips the Wheeler a Medieval Craftsman and his Tools in Tools and Trades, vol. 2, pp.13-28. Coleman, Ronald 1962. Two Worcestershire Craftsmen in Woodworker, vol. 66, August, pp. 166-168. [wheelwrights]. Country Craftsmen, Chapman & Hall. [wheelwright, pp.62-76] Evans, George Ewart 1970. Where Beards Wag All: the Relevance of the Oral Tradition, Faber & Faber. [Chapter on recollections of Percy Wilson, wheelwright of Witnesham, Suffolk] Filmer, Richard 1980. The Wheelwrights Craft in Kent in Bygone Kent, vol. 1, no. 10, October, pp. 632-641.

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Village Woodcrafts: Chair Maker


Abell, Sydney George 1950. A Contribution Toward a Bibliography of the Writings, Special, General and Periodical, Forming the Literature of the Art of Turning, The Society of Ornamental Turners. Abell, S.G., Leggat, J. & Ogden, W.G. 1956. A Bibliography of the Art of Turning and the Lathe and Machine Tool History, The Society of Ornamental Turners. (3rd edition 1987) Agius, Pauline 1976. English Chairmakers Listed in General and Trade Directories, 1790-1851 in Furniture History, vol. 12, pp.1-16. Banks, Neale 1979. A Lancashire Chairmaker in Woodworker, October 1979, p.562. [John Jackson of Billinge, Lancashire] Beddington, Roy 1958. Master of an Ancient Craft in Country Life, vol. CXXIII, 20 March 1958, p.571. [George Laily (1869-1958), Bucklebury Common, Berkshire turner] Bernasconi, J.R. 1977. The English Domestic Chair, Reading College of Estate Management. Bethell, Hal 1987. The Saintly Philip Clissett in The Countryman, vol. 92, no. 4, pp.79-84. [chairmaker] Cleaver, I.G. 1979. Philip Clissett in Woodworker, July 1979, p.376. [chairmaker] Champness, Roland 1966. The Worshipful Company of Turners of London, LindleyJones & Brother. Cotton, Bernard 1987. The Chair in the North-East Midlands: regional styles in the late 18th & 19th centuries, Lincolnshire County Council. Cotton, Bernard 1987. The Chair in the North-West: regional styles in the 18th and 19th centuries, Burnley Borough Council. Cotton, B.D. 1990. The English Regional Chair, Antique Collectors Club. Cotton, Bill no date. Regional Influence among Windsor Chairs, Collectors Guide. Cotton, Bill D. no date. Country Chairs and their Makers, Collectors Guide. Cotton, Bill 1981. The North Country Chair Making Tradition: Design, Content and the Mark Chippindale Deposition in Furniture History, vol. 17, pp.41-50.

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Cotton, Bill 1983. Windsor Chairmaking an Oxfordshire Tradition in Oxfordshire Life, Autumn 1983, pp.7-11. Cotton, Bill 1989. Windsor Chairs in the South West, Area Museum Council for the South-West. Cotton, William 1980. Vernacular design: the spindle back chair and its north country origins in Working Wood, pp.40-50. Crispin, Thomas 1978. English Windsor Chairs: A Study of Known Makers and Regional Centres in Furniture History, vol. 14, pp.38-48. Dunbar, Michael 1976. Windsor Chairmaking, Stobart & Son. Edwards, Nancy Goyne 1979. A History and Background of English Windsor Furniture in Furniture History, vol. 15, pp.25-53. Fastnedge, R. 1955. English Furniture Styles from 1500-1830. Pelican Books. Filbee, M. 1977. Dictionary of Country Furniture, The Connoisseur. Gloag, John E. 1945. British Furniture Makers, Collins. Gloag, J. 1964. The Englishmans Chair. Allen & Unwin. Hayden, Arthur 1919. Chats on Cottage and Farmhouse Furniture, T. Fisher Unwin. James, Gerald T. 1958. Woodturning Design and Practice, John Murray. Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Craft Industries, Longman. [chair bodger and chair maker, pp.84-92] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [chair maker, pp.123-130] Manley, S. 1978. Chair-Making in Staffordshire, Leeds. Marshall, Norah 1956. Craft with Progress in The Countryman, Spring, pp.69-72. [a visit to Edward Gardiners workshop, chairmaker] Mayes, L.J. 1960. The History of Chair Making in High Wycombe, Routledge. Morgan, F.C. 1947. Philip Clissett, a Bosbury Chair-maker in Trans. of the Woolhope Naturalists Field Club, vol. XXXII, pp.16-18. Roe, F.G. 1950. English Cottage Furniture, Phoenix House. Roe, F.G. 1953. Windsor Chairs, Phoenix House. Shapland, H.P. 1926. Practical Decoration of Furniture, vol. 1, Ernest Benn. Sparkes, I.G. 1973. The English Country Chair: an illustrated history of chairs and chairmaking, Spurbooks. Sparkes, I.G. 1975. The Windsor Chair, Spurbooks. Sparkes, I.G. 1976. A checklist of books and articles in periodicals on rural chairs, the Windsor chair, and chairmaking in Furniture History, vol. 12, pp.87-9, Sparkes, I.G. 1981. English Windsor Chairs, Shire. (Reprinted 1989) Sparkes, I.G. 1989. Wycombe Chairmakers in Camera, Quotes Limited.

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Stanley-Stone, A.C. 1925. The Worshipful Company of Turners of London: Its Origin and History, Lindley-Jones & Brother.

METAL & STRAW CRAFTS: General


Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [pp.15-24] Atkinson, Frank 1958. Nail Making in The Woodworker, 62 (771), February 1958, pp.30-1. CoSIRA 1952. The Blacksmiths Craft. CoSIRA 1957. Wrought Ironwork. CoSIRA 1962. Decorative Ironwork. Duddle, R.S. 1951. The Craft of the Metal Worker, London. Forbes, R.J. in Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1956. Metallurgy in A History of Technology, vol. II. Oxford University Press, pp.41-80. Gale, W.K.V. 1969. Iron and Steel, Longmans. Gale, W.K.V. 1979. The Black Country Iron Industry: a technical history, Metals Society. Jones, Peter dAlroy & Simons Eric N. 1961. Story of the Saw, Newman Neame. Lister, R., 1957. Decorative Wrought Iron Work in Great Britain, G. Bell & Sons. Lister, R. 1960. The Craftsman Engineer, G. Bell & Sons. Lister, R. 1960. Decorative Cast Ironwork in Great Britain. G. Bell & Sons. Lister, R. 1966. The Craftsman in Metal, G. Bell & Sons. Smith, D. 1948. Metalwork: an introductory historical survey, Batsford. (2nd edition 1956) Tylecote, R.F. 1962. Metallurgy in Archaeology, E. Arnold. Tylecote, R.F. 1976. A History of Metallurgy, The Metals Society. Whitmore, R. 1975. Of Uncommon Interest, Spurbooks.

Metal & Straw Crafts: Blacksmith


Central Youth Employment Executive, 1960. The Blacksmith, H.M.S.O. (2nd edition) CoSIRA 1952. The Blacksmiths Craft. Derrick, F. 1945. Country Craftsmen, Chapman & Hall. [pp.77-104] Derrick, F. 1950. A Trinity of Craftsmen, Chapman & Hall. [pp.97-116] Harries, D. & Heer, B. 1993. Basic Blacksmithing, Intermediate Technology. Hasluck, P.N. 1912. Smiths Work, Cassell & Co. Hennell, T. 1947. The Countryman at Work, Architectural Press. [pp.44-48] Hogg, G. 1964. Hammer and Tongs: blacksmithery down the ages, Hutchinson.

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Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [blacksmith, pp.131-142] Lillico, J.W. 1930. Blacksmiths Manual Illustrated, Technical Press. (Reprinted 1991, Rural Development Commission) Moore, T. 1930. Handbook of Practical Smithing and Forging, Spon. Niall, I. 1966. Country Blacksmith, Heinemann. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [blacksmith, pp.25-32] Robins, F.W. 1953. The Smith: traditions and lore of an ancient craft, Rider. Rudd, J. & Rudd, S. 2005. The Burton Blacksmith Family of Twyford, Journal Twyford & Ruscombe Local History Society, vol. 53, pp.13-20. Sheail, P. 2006. The Life and Times of a Country Blacksmith: 60 years of change in a Hampshire smithy 1910-70. [typescript at MERL, Preston Candover] Stevenson, J.A.R. 1932. The Din of a Smithy, Chapman & Hall. Strange, Alf 1983. Me Dads the Village Blacksmith, Gee & Son. [Frankton, Shropshire] Webber, R. 1971. The Village Blacksmith, David & Charles. Woods, K.S. 1949. Rural Crafts of England, Harrap. [blacksmith, pp. 26-43]

Metal & Straw Crafts: Farrier


Dollar, J.A.W. 1898. A Handbook of Horse-Shoeing, David Douglas. Fleming, G. 1869. Horseshoes and Horse-Shoeing, John Childs & Son. Fleming, G. 1900. Practical Horse-Shoeing, Bailliere, Tindall & Cox. (1921 11th edition revised) Gibson, W. 1722. The Farriers Show Guide, London. (3rd edition) Holmes, C.M. 1928. The Principles and Practice of Horse-Shoeing, Farriers Journal Publishing Co. Ltd. Hunting, W. 1899. The Art of Horse-Shoeing, H. & W. Brown. (3rd edition) Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [farrier, pp.142-145] Miles, W. 1877. A Plain Treatise on Horse-Shoeing, Longmans Green. (7th edition) Miles, W.J. et al, no date. Modern Practical Farriery: a complete system of the veterinary art, Mackenzie. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [farrier, pp.78-84] Prince, L.B. 1980. The Farrier and his Craft the History of the Worshipful Company of Farriers, J.A. Allen. Richardson, C. 1950. Practical Farriery, Pitman.

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Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Rural Industries Bureau, 1966. The Horses Foot: a guide for Associate Farriers Company of London Students. Sparkes, Ivan G. 1976. Old Horseshoes, Shire.

Metal & Straw Crafts: Brass founder


Gentle, R. & Feild, R. 1975. English Domestic Brass, Paul Elek. Hamilton, H. 1926. The English Brass and Copper Industries to 1800, Longmans.

Metal & Straw Crafts: Pewterer


Cotterell, H.H. 1929. Old Pewter, its Makers and Marks in England, Scotland and Ireland, Batsford. Douch, H.L. 1970. Cornish Earthenware Potters and Pewterers in Journal Royal Institution of Cornwall, new series 6, no. 1, pp.33-80. Englefield, E. 1935. A Treatise on Pewter, Priory Press. Evans, T.F. 1936. Hammered Metalwork, University of London Press. Fenner, A. 1974. Three Norwich Pewterers in Post-Medieval Archaeology, vol. 8, pp.113-9. Hatcher, T.C. & Barker, T.C. 1974. A History of English Pewter, Longman. Homer, R. 1995. Exeter Pewterers from the 14th century to about 1750 in Devonshire Association for Advancement of Science, Literature & Art, vol. 127, pp.57-79. Horth, A.C. 1930. Beaten Metal Work, Pitman. Hughes, G.B. 1950. Ancient Craft of the Pewterer in Country Life, 108, July 28, pp.290-91. Hughes, G.B. 1953. Living Crafts, Lutterworth Press. [pewterer, pp.41-47] Hull, Charles 1992. Pewter, Shire. Michaelis, Ronald F. 1955. Antique Pewter of the British Isles, G. Bell & Sons. Thomas, S.E. 1971. The Barnstaple Pewterers in Devonshire Association for Advancement of Science, Literature & Art, vol. 103, pp.85-102. Ullyett, K. 1966. Pewter Collecting for Amateurs, Muller. Watson, V. 1999. Reading Pewterers and Braziers: their history and times in Journal of the Pewter Society, vol. 12, pp.16-35.

Metal & Straw Crafts: Thatcher


Billett, Michael 1979. Thatching and Thatched Buildings, Robert Hale.

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Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Boardman, H.C. 1933. Reed thatching in Norfolk in Architects Journal, April 26, pp.563-567. Burnett, R. no date. Some Notes on Wheat-Reed Thatching, Devon Thatchers Association. Clark, J.C. 1947. Thatch, thatchers and thatching in Agriculture, January, pp.444450. Coker, A. 1971. The Craft of Straw Decoration, Dryad Press. CoSIRA 1961. The Thatchers Craft, Council for Small Industries in Rural Areas. Derrick, F. 1945. Country Craftsmen, Chapman & Hall. [thatch, pp.105-118] Dodds, L.V. 1929. Straw thatch as a building material in The National Builder, October, pp.86-87. Elson, M. 1959. Norfolk Reed: a village industry in The Village, vol. 14, no. 2, pp.5356. Elson, M. 1959. Is the thatched roof doomed? in Country Life, Oct 15, pp.526-528. Fearn, Jacqueline 1976. Thatch and Thatching, Shire. Goodland, N.L. 1960. The craft of thatching: an expert, his methods and tools in Country Life, Oct 27, pp.964-966. Jarrett, G. 1960. Growing Wheat Reed for Thatch in Country Life, 127 January 28, pp.166-8. Jarrett, G. 1960. Wheat for reed in Agriculture, May, pp.85-87. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [thatcher, pp.145-151] Jobson, A. 1949. The reed thatchers tools in Country Life, May 20, p.1187. Lambeth, M. 1960. The Golden Dolly, Cornucopia Press. Lambeth, M. 1969. A Golden Dolly: the Art, Mystery & History of the Corn Dolly, John Baker. Lambeth, M. 1977. Corn Dollies, Shire. Main, Victoria 1999. Corn Dollies: Searching for the Seed of Truth in Folk Life, vol. 37, pp.44-63. Moir, J. & Letts, J. (eds) 1999. Thatch: Thatching in England 1790-1940, English Heritage Research Transactions vol. 5. Nash, Judy 1991. Thatchers and Thatching, B.T. Batsford Ltd. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [thatcher, pp.56-64] Parry, D. 1950. The art of the thatcher in Britain Today, August, pp.18-21. Peters, J.E.C. 1977. The Solid Thatch Roof in Vernacular Architecture, vol. 8, p.825. Powell, A.H. 1923. Modern craftsmanship: thatch in Architects Journal, Dec 12, pp.859-862.

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Metal & Straw Crafts: Lip-Worker


Jenkins, J.G. 1965. A Cardiganshire Lip-Worker in Folk Life, vol. 3, pp.88-89. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [lipworker, pp.151-153]

Metal & Straw Crafts: Straw Plaiter


Austin, J.G. 1871. The Straw Plaiting and Straw Hat and Bonnet Trade, Luton. Coker, A. 1971. The Craft of Straw Decoration, Dryad. Davis, Jean 1981. Straw Plait, Shire. Dony, J.G. 1942. A History of the Straw Hat Industry, Gibbs & Bamforth & Co. Freeman, C. 1953. Luton and the Hat Industry, Luton Museum and Art Gallery. Grof, Laszlo L. 1988. Children of Straw: the Story of a Vanished Craft and Industry in Bucks, Herts, Beds & Essex, Barracuda. Horn, P.L.R. 1971. The Buckinghamshire Straw Plait Trade in Victorian England in Records of Bucks, vol. xix, part I, pp.42-54. Horn, P.L.R. 1974. Child Workers in the Pillow Lace and Straw Plait Trade in Victorian Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire in The Historical Journal, vol. xvii, 4, pp.779-96. Inwards, H. 1922. Straw Hats, their History and Manufacture, Pitman. Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Craft Industries, Longman. [straw plait, pp.25-28] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [straw plaiter, pp.153-157] Law, C.M. 1968. The Straw-plait and Straw-hat Industries of the South Midlands in East Midland Geographer, vol. 4, part 6, no. 30, pp.329-41.

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Ministry of Agriculture 1923. Straw ropes and straw envelopes in Journal of the Ministry of Agriculture, vol. 30, no. 4, pp.331-42. Sandford, L. & Davis, P.B. 1964. Decorative Straw Work and Corn Dollies, B.T. Batsford Ltd.

Metal & Straw Crafts: Clock & Watch Maker


Cescinsky, H. & Webster, M.R. 1914. English Domestic Clocks, G. Routledge & Sons. (2nd edition) Daniell, J.A. 1951. The making of clocks and watches in Leicestershire and Rutland in Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological Society, vol. 27.

STONE AND CLAY CRAFTS: General


Clifton-Taylor, A. 1962. The Pattern of English Building, Batsford. Davey, Norman 1961. A History of Building Materials, Phoenix House. Mitchell, C.F. 1902. Building Construction, B.T. Batsford. (6th edition) Salzman, L.F. 1952. Building in England down to 1540: a Documentary History, Clarendon Press. Schaffer, R.J. 1955. Stone in Architecture: I. Stone as a building material in Royal Society of Arts Journal, 103 (4963), pp.837-867. Shore, Lt. Col. B.G. 1957. Stones of Britain, Leonard Hill. Thomson, R.H.G. in Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1956. The Medieval Artisan in A History of Technology, vol. II. Oxford University Press, pp.384-96.

Stone and Clay Crafts: Clay Pipe Maker


Ayto, Eric G. 1979. Clay Tobacco Pipes, Shire. Dunhill, Alfred 1924. The Pipe Book, London. Dunhill, Alfred 1954. The Gentle Art of Smoking, Max Reinhardt Ltd. Graves, Charles 1969. A Pipe Smokers Guide, Icon Books Ltd. Helme, D. 1978. The Clay Tobacco Pipe, privately published. Hughes, G.B. 1953. Living Crafts, Lutterworth Press. [clay and tobacco pipe maker, pp.13-22] Hughes, G. B. 1961. The Clay Tobacco Pipe Maker in Country Life, 28th December. James, R.E. 1966. The Broseley Clay Pipe in Pottery Quarterly, vol. 8, no. 32, pp.89-94] Oswald, Adrian 1975. Clay Pipes for the Archaeologist, British Archaeological Reports, 14.

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Walker, Iain C. no date. The Bristol Clay Tobacco-Pipe Industry, Bristol Corporation.

Stone and Clay Crafts: Brick Maker


Atkinson, C.R. 1967. Clay Winning and Haulage, Brick Development Association. Braley, E.L. 1944. Teach Yourself Brickwork, English University Press. Brick Development Association 1972. Clay and Calcium Silicate Bricks. Cox, Alan 1979. Survey of Bedfordshire: Brickmaking, A History and Gazetteer, Bedfordshire County Council/RCHM. Dobson, E.A. 1850. A Rudimentary Treatise on the Manufacture of Bricks and Tiles, containing an outline of the principles of brickmaking etc, John Weale. (Facsimile of 1850 edition edited by F. Celoria, George Street Press, 1971) Goodson, F.L. 1962. Clay Preparation and Shaping, Brick Development Association. Frost, W. 1935. Bricklaying for Beginners, English Universities Press. Hammond, M.D.P. 1977. Brick Kilns, An Illustrated Survey in Industrial Archaeology Review, vol. 1 no. 2, Spring, pp.171-92. Hammond, Martin 1981. Bricks and Brickmaking, Shire. Harley, L.S. 1974. A Typology of Brick in Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 3rd series, vol. XXXVII, pp.63-87. Jenkins, G. 1956. Craft of the country brick-maker in Country Life, March 15, pp.498-500. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [brick maker, pp.158-165] Knight, T.L. 1975. Illustrated Introduction to Brickwork Design, Brick Development Association. Leslie, K.C. 1971. The Ashburnham Estate Brickworks, 1840-1968 in Sussex Industrial History, vol. 1, pp.2-22. Lloyd, N. 1925. History of English Brickwork, H. Greville Montgomery. Nash, W.G. 1966. Brickwork: 1, Hutchinson Educational. [basic principles of the craft of bricklaying] Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [brick moulder, pp.143-149] Penfold, P.J.B.L. 1978. Modern Brickmaking, Butterley Building Materials Ltd. Polruan, A.M. 1956. The art of the local brickmaker in Country Life, Sept 27, pp.6523. Rosser, Peter 1962. On the trot in Countryman, 59(2), Summer 1962, pp.264-6. [reminiscences of a Hampshire brickmaker between the wars] Rowden, E. 1964. The Firing of Bricks, Brick Development Association. Salzman, L.F. 1952. Building in England down to 1540, Clarendon Press.

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Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Searle, A.B. 1956. Modern Brickmaking, Benn. (4th edition) Woodforde, J. 1976. Bricks to Build a House, Routledge and Kegan Paul. Wymer, N.G. 1952. Hand Made Bricks and Tiles in Country Life, 112, September 19, pp.848-9.

Stone and Clay Crafts: Potter


Algar, D., Light, A. & Copland-Griffiths, P. 1979. Verwood and District Potteries, Verwood & District Potteries Trust. (2nd edition 1987) Baines, F.M. 1980. Sussex Pottery, Fisher Publications. Barton, K.J. 1975. Pottery in England, David & Charles. Bemrose, Geoffrey 1952. Nineteenth Century English Pottery and Porcelain, Faber & Faber. Billington, D.N. 1937. The Art of the Potter, Oxford University Press. Billington, D.N. 1962. The Technique of Pottery, Batsford. (Revised by J. Colbeck, 1974) Brears, P.C.D. 1971. The English Country Pottery its History and Techniques, David & Charles. Brears, P.C.D. 1971. Farnham Potteries, Phillimore. Brears, P.C.D. 1974. The Collectors Book of English Country Pottery, Newton Abbot. Brickdale, E.F. 1901. The Aller Vale Pottery: a village industry in Country Life, vol. 9, March 9, pp.298-300. Burrison, John A. 1998. The Living Tradition of English Country Pottery in Folk Life, vol. 36, pp.25-39 Cardew, Michael 1988. A Pioneer Potter, Oxford University Press. Clark, K. 1966. Practical Pottery and Ceramics, Studio Vista. Clews, F.H. 1955. Heavy Clay Technology, British Ceramic Research Association. Dalton, W.B. 1957. Craftsmanship and Design in Pottery, Pitman. Dalton, W.B. 1959. Notes from a Potters Diary, Pitman. Digby, G.W. 1952. The Work of the Modern Potter in England, John Murray. Douch, H.L. 1970. Cornish earthenware potters and pewterers in Journal Royal Institution of Cornwall, new ser. 6, no. 1, pp.33-80. Draper, J. with Copland-Griffiths P. 2002. Dorset Country Pottery: the kilns of the Verwood district, Crowood Press. Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1927. Decorative Crafts and Rural Potteries in The Rural Industries of England and Wales. A Survey made on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford, Oxford University, vol. 3. (Reprinted 1978 by E.P. Publishing Ltd)

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Fournier, R. & S. 1994. A Guide to Public Collections of Studio Pottery in the British Isles, Ceramic Review Publications. Garner, F.H. 1948. English Delftware, Faber & Faber. Godden, G.A. 1966. An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain, J. Jenkins. Green, David 1963. Understanding Pottery Glazes, Faber. Green, David 1966. Pottery: Materials and Techniques, Faber. Haggar, R.G. 1950. English Country Pottery, Phoenix House. Haggar, R.G. 1955. Staffordshire Chimney Ornaments, Phoenix House. Holland, W. F. 1958. Fifty Years a Potter. [Fremington] Honey, W.B. 1933. English Pottery and Porcelain, A. & C. Black. (Revised by R.J. Charleston, 1962) Honey, W.B. 1946. The Art of the Potter, Faber. Hughes, G.B. 1959. Victorian Pottery and Porcelain, Country Life. Hughes, G.B. 1961. English and Scottish Earthenware, 1660-1860, Lutterworth Press. Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Craft Industries, Longman. [pottery, pp.40-47] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [potter, pp.165-168] Jope, E.M. in Singer, C.J. et al (eds) 1956. Ceramics: medieval in A History of Technology, vol. II. Oxford University Press, pp.284-310. Kemp, Dorothy 1962. Slipware: how to make it, Faber. Kenny, John B. 1955. The Complete Book of Pottery Making, Pitman. Kidson, J.R. & Kidson, F. 1892. Historical Notices of the Leeds Old Pottery, J.R. Kidson. Leach, Bernard 1976. A Potters Book, Faber. Lunn, Dora 1961. Pottery in the Making, Dryad Press. (7th edition) McGarva, Andrew 2000. Country Pottery: the Traditional Earthenware of Britain, A. & C. Black. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [potter, pp.135-140] Poor, Henry Varnum 1959. A Book of Pottery from Mud to Immortality, Pitman. Rackham, Bernard, 1948. Medieval English Pottery, Faber & Faber. Rackham, B. & Read, H. 1924. English Pottery, Ernest Benn. (Reprinted 1972) Rhodes, D. 1958. Clay and Glazes for the Potter, Pitman. Rhodes, D. 1959. The Complete Book of Pottery Making, Pitman. Rose, Muriel 1955. Artist Potters in England, Faber.

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Sempill, C. 1947. English pottery and porcelain in W.J. Turner (ed), British Craftsmanship, London, p.157. Shaw, Kenneth 1962. Ceramic Colours and Pottery Decoration, Maclaren. Shaw, J.T. 1961. The Potteries of Sunderland & District, Sunderland Museum. Shaw, S. 1829. History of the Staffordshire Potteries. David & Charles. (Reprinted 1971) Soldner, P. 1965. Kiln Constructions: Design and Making, Tiranti. Stebbing, N., Rhodes, J. & Mellor, M. 1980. Oxfordshire Potters, Oxfordshire County Council. Thomas, J. 1971. The Rise of the Staffordshire Potteries, Adams & Dart. Trevor, H. 1963. Pottery, Constable. Tyler, Keith 1963. Pottery Without a Wheel, Dryad Press. [4th revised edition] Wren, D.K. & R.D. 1952. Pottery Making, Pitman. Yates-Owen, E. & Fournier, R. 2005. British Studio Potters Marks, A. & C. Black.

Stone and Clay Crafts: Stone and Monumental Masons


Benfield, E. 1940. Purbeck Shop: a Stoneworkers Story of Stone, Cambridge University Press. Benfield, E. 1990. Purbeck Shop, Ensign Publications. Bezzant, N. 1980. Out of the Rock, Heinemann. Building Research Station, 1950. The Weathering, Preservation and Maintenance of Natural Stone Masonry, Parts 1 and 2, H.M.S.O. (revised 1965) Clifton-Taylor, A. 1966. The virtues of Lakeland stone in Country Life, May 3, pp.458-60. Derrick, F. 1948. Cotswold Stone, Chapman & Hall. Derrick, F. 1950. A Trinity of Craftsmen, Chapman & Hall. [stonemason, pp.2-43] Donovan, Purcell 1967. Cambridge Stone, Faber. Fryer, N.T. 1967. The versatility of a Sussex stone in Country Life, May 11, pp.11681169. Greenwell, A. & Elsden, J.V. 1913. Practical Stone Quarrying, Crosby Lockwood and Son. Hall, C.J. 1984. Tanky Elms: Bath Stone Quarryman, C.J. Hall. Hudson, K. 1971. The Fashionable Stone, Adams and Dart. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [stone mason, pp.168-178]

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Bibliography of Rural Crafts and Trades

Knoop, D & Jones, D.P. 1933. The Medieval Mason: an economic history of English stone building in the late middle ages and early modern times, Manchester University Press. Messent, C.J.W. 1967. A Thousand Years of Norfolk Carstone, Messent. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [stonemason, pp.41-47] ONeill, H. 1965. Stone for Building, Heinemann and British Stone Foundation. Perkins, J.W., Brooks, A.T. & Pearce, A.E.McR. 1979. Bath Stone: A Quarry History, University College, Cardiff, and Kingsmead Press. Portland Stone, 1933. South Western Stone Co. Ltd. Price, A.J. 2007. Cheltenham Stone: The Whittington Quarries, Cotteswold Naturalists Field Club. Purcell, D. 1967. Cambridge Stone, Faber. Scard, M.A. 1990. The Building Stones of Shropshire, Swan Hill. Shore, B.C.G. 1957. Stones of Britain, Leonard Hill. Stanier, Peter H. 1985. Quarries and Quarrying, Shire.

Stone and Clay Crafts: Dry Stone Waller


Baker, J.S. 1963. Sammy built a wall Derbyshire dry-stone walling in Derbyshire Countryside, Oct/Nov 1963, p.41. Brooks, A.J. (ed) 1977. Dry Stone Walling, British Trust for Conservation Volunteers. Brooks, M. 1977. The Craft of a Dry Stone Waller in Folk Life, vol. 15, pp.96-105. [in former West Riding of Yorkshire] Garner, Lawrence 1983. Building and Repairing Dry Stone Walls, Dry Stone Walling Association. Garner, Lawrence 1984. Dry Stone Walls, Shire. Gillies, N. 1964. Cornish hedges made of stone: hedges made entirely of stone and earth without cement in Country Life, March 26, p.709. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [dry stone waller, pp.178-180] Marshall, A.W. 1960. Dry Stone Walling in Farmer and Stockbreeder, December 27 1960, pp.14-17. Rainsford-Hannay, F. 1957. Dry Stone Walling, Faber. Raistrick, Arthur 1946. Pennine Walls, Dalesman Publishing Co. Rollinson, William 1978. Lakeland Walls, Dalesman Publishing Co. Stowe, E.J. 1948. Crafts of the Countryside, Longmans Green. [dry stone walling, pp.38-45]

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Woods, K.S. 1949. Rural Crafts of England, Harrap. [walls of earth and stone, pp.182-186] Wymer, N. 1952. Rural Crafts, Oxford University Press. [dry walling, pp.62-64]

Stone and Clay Crafts: Slater


Bennett, F. & Pinion, A. 1935. Roof Slating and Tiling, Caxton Press. (2nd edition 1948) Dobson, C.G. 1952. Roofing Slates and Tiles: an introduction to their origins, production and distribution, Building Industry Distributors Trade Education Scheme Course B. No. 3. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [slater, pp.180-184] Millar, J. 1937. Roof Slating and Tiling, English University Press. Sharp, H.B. 1980. Colleyweston Stone Slating Techniques in Folk Life, vol. 18, 2837. Slee, John 1958. A Disappearing Craft in Country Life 124, November 6 1958, pp.1058-9. [Cotswold slate making] Walton, J. 1975. The English Stone-Slaters Craft in Folk Life, vol. 13, pp.38-53. Wymer, N. 1952. Rural Crafts, Oxford University Press. [slater, pp.65-68]

TEXTILE CRAFTS
Textile Crafts: Wool Worker
Aspin, Chris 1982. The Woollen Industry, Shire. Barlow, Alfred 1878. The History and Principles of Weaving by Hand and Power, Sampson, Marston, Searle and Rivington. Benson, Anna & Warburton, Neil 1986. Looms and Weaving, Shire. Clarke, L.J. 1968. The Craftsman in Textiles, G. Bell & Sons Ltd. Davenport, E.G. 1953. Your Hand Spinning, Sylvan Press. Hartley, Marie & Ingilby, Joan 1951. The Old Hand-Knitters of the Dales, with an Introduction to the Early History of Knitting, Dalesman Publishing Co. Heard, N. 1970. Wool East Anglias Golden Fleece, Terence Dalton Ltd. Heaton, H. 1920. The Yorkshire Woollen and Worsted Industries from the Earliest Times to the Industrial Revolution, Clarendon Press. Hooper, Luther 1910. Hand-loom Weaving, Pitman. International Wool Secretariat, no date. The World Book of Wool. International Wool Secretariat, no date. Warp and Weft.

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International Wool Secretariat, no date. Woollens and Worsteds. International Wool Secretariat, no date. Wool in History. International Wool Secretariat, no date. Wool through the Ages International Wool Secretariat, no date. Growing Wool. International Wool Secretariat, no date. Science and Wool. International Wool Secretariat, no date. Making Wool Fabrics. Jenkins, J.G. 1969. The Welsh Woollen Industry, Welsh Folk Museum. Jenkins, J.G. (ed) 1972. The Wool Textile Industry in Great Britain, Routledge. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [wool worker, pp.185-195] Leadbeater, Eliza 1979. Spinning and Spinning Wheels. Shire. Lipson, E., 1921. The History of the Woollen and Worsted Industries, A. & C. Black Ltd. Lipson, E. 1953. A Short History of Wool and Its Manufacture, W. Heinemann. De la Mann, J. 1971. The Cloth Industry in the West of England, Clarendon Press. Mairet, E.M. 1939. Handweaving Today: traditions and changes, Faber. Mairet, E.M. 1940. Vegetable Dyes, Faber. (Reprint of 1924 edition) Palmer, Marilyn 1984. Framework Knitting, Shire. Ponting, K.G. 1961. The Wool Trade, Past and Present, Columbine Press. Ponting, K.G. 1971. The Woollen Industry of South West England, Adams & Dart. Roth, H.L. 1934. Studies in Primitive Looms, F. King & Sons. Shillinglaw, P. 1972. Introducing Weaving, Batsford. Simpson, L.E. & Weir, M. 1932. The Weavers Craft, Dryad. Thompson, W.G. 1914. Tapestry Weaving In England from the Earliest Times to the End of the XVIIIth Century, Batsford. Tovey, J. 1965. The Technique of Weaving, Batsford. Wells, F.A. 1935. The British Hosiery Trade: its history and organisation, Allen & Unwin. Wells, F.A. 1972 revised. The British Hosiery and Knitwear Industry: its history and organisation, George Allen and Unwin. Whife, A.A. 1962. The Art of Garment Making, Tailor & Cutter.

Textile Crafts: Rope and Net Makers


Baines, Patricia 1985. Flax and Linen, Shire. Claridge, J. 1795. General View of Agriculture of Dorset, p.26. Earwood, Caroline 1998. Primitive Ropemaking: the archaeological and ethnographic evidence in Folk Life, vol. 36, pp. 45-51.

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Fitzrandolph, H.E. & Hay, M.D. 1926. The Rural Industries of England and Wales, 1. Clarendon Press [ropemaking, pp.198-224] Fry, E.C. 1978. Shell Book of Knots and Ropework, David & Charles. Gilbert, K.R. 1957. Rope Making in C. Singer et al (eds), A History of Technology, vol. 1, pp. 451-4. Haarer, A.E. 1958. Ropes and Rope Making, Oxford University Press (Men & Woman at Work Series) Hennell, T. 1947. The Countryman at Work, Architectural Press. [rope maker, pp.5356] Himmelfarb, D. 1957. The Technology of Cordage, Fibres and Rope, Leonard Hill. Hughes, G.B. 1953. Living Crafts, Lutterworth Press. [rope maker pp.79-89] Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Craft Industries, Longman. [ropes and nets, pp.14-24] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [rope maker, pp.195-199; net maker, pp.200-203] Miller, R. 1950. The Making of Straw Ropes in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle, vol. 11 (10), 416. Pahl, J. 1960. The rope and net industry of Bridport in Proceedings of Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, vol. 82, p. 144. Rees, Abraham, 1819. New Cyclopaedia of Arts and Sciences, vol. xxx. Sanctuary, Anthony 1980. Rope, Twine and Net Making, Shire. Tyson, W. 1966. Rope A History of the Hard Fibre Cordage Industry in the United Kingdom, Hard Fibre Cordage Institute. Woodhouse, T. & Kilgour, P. no date. Cordage and Cordage Hemp and Fibres, Pitman.

Textile Crafts: Lace Maker


Anon. 1980. Lacemaking in Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire Museums. Brooke, M.L. 1923. Lace in the Making with Bobbins and Needle, Robin & Russ Handweavers. Channer, C.C. 1953. Lacemaking, Buckinghamshire Point-Guard, Dryad Press. Christie, P. & Gahan, D. 1997. Barnstaples Vanished Lace Industry, Edward Gaskell. Earnshaw, P. 1986. Lace Machines and Machine Laces, B.T. Batsford. Freeman, Charles 1958. Pillow Lace in the East Midlands. Corporation of Luton Museum and Art Gallery. (Reprinted 1980)

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Horn, P.L.R. 1974. Child Workers in the Pillow Lace and Straw Plait Trade in Victorian Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire in The Historical Journal, vol. xvii, no. 4, pp.779-96. Jackson, E.N. 1900. A History of Handmade Lace, Gill. Jemmett, M.K. 1930. Honiton Lace Making, Azania Press. Maidment, M. 1976. A Manual of Hand-Made Bobbin Lace Work, Pitman. Moody, A. Penderel 1907. Devon Pillow Lace: its history and how to make it, Cassell. Nottingham, P. 1976. The Technique of Bobbin Lace, B.T. Batsford. Page, E. 1930. Lace Making, Pitman. Palliser, Mrs B. 1910. A History of Lace, Low, Marston & Co. Simeon, M. 1979. The History of Lace, Stainer & Bell. Tebbs, L.A. 1972. The Art of Bobbin Lace, Minet. Treadwin, Mrs, no date. Antique Point & Honiton Lace, Ward Lock & Tyler. Wright, Thomas 1919. The Romance of the Lace Pillow, Olney. (Reprinted 1971)

LEATHER CRAFTS: General


Attwater, W.A. 1961. Leathercraft, Batsford. Carnell, H.A. 1950. Leather, Gill. Jenkins, J.G. 1972. The Craft Industries, Longman. [tanning and currying, pp.60-73; clogs and boots, pp.74-83]] Parkes, F. & Judge, F.P. 1951. Leathercraft, Longmans Green. Proctor, H.R. 1914. The Making of Leather, Cambridge University Press. Salaman, R.A. 1986. Dictionary of Leather-working Tools, c.1700-1950 and the tools of allied trades, George Allen & Unwin. Standage, H.C. 1920. The Leather Workers Manual, Scott, Greenwood. Waterer, J.W. 1946. Leather in Life, Art and Industry, Faber. Waterer, J.W. in Singer, C.J. et al. (eds) 1956. Leather in A History of Technology, vol. II. Oxford University Press, pp.147-87. Waterer, J.W. 1951. Leather and Craftsmanship, Faber. Waterer, J.W. 1956. Leather in Life, Art and Industry, Faber. Waterer, J.W. 1957. Leather in C. Singer et al. A History of Technology, vol. II, pp. 147. Waterer, J.W. 1968. Leather Craftsmanship, G. Bell & Sons Ltd. Watt, A. 1890. The Art of Leather Manufacture, Crosby Lockwood & Son.

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Leather Crafts: Tanner


Babb, L.M.C. 1980. Bark peeling and tanning in the Forest of Wyre in Folk Life, vol. 18, pp.49-53. Jenkins, J.G. 1971. The Rhaeadr Tannery, Welsh Folk Museum. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [tanner, pp.204-212]

Leather Crafts: Currier


Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [currier, pp.212-215]

Leather Crafts: Saddler


Arnold, J. 1953. The Countrymans Workshop, Phoenix House. [saddler, pp.26-34] Beckett, C.M. 1994. Thomas Beckett, Master Saddler: the story of a saddlery business, Rushmere Wynne [Thetford, Norfolk] Bloodgood, L.F. 1960. The Saddle of Queens: the history of the side saddle, J.A. Allen. Edwards, E.H. 1963. Saddlery, Country Life. Edwards, E.H. 1971. Saddlery, J.A. Allen. Evans, George Ewart 1960. The Horse in the Furrow, Faber. Hasluck, P.N. 1904. Harness Making, Cassell & Co. Hasluck, P.N. 1904. Saddlery, Cassell & Co. Hasluck, P.N. (ed) 1962. Saddlery and Harness Making, J.A. Allen. [Reproduced from the original 1904 edition] Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [saddler, pp.216-229] Keegan, T. 1971. The Heavy Horse: its Harness and Harness Decoration. Pelham Books. Morgan, D.W. 1972. Whips and Whipmaking, Cornell Maritime Press. Norwood, J.L. 1977. Craftsmen at Work, John Baker. [saddler, pp.96-103] Oliver, K.M. 1995. Hold Fast, Sit Sure: the history of the Worshipful Co. of Saddlers of the City of London 1160-1960, Phillimore. Rosemain, I.R. 1965. Leatherwork, Dryad. Tylden, G. 1965. Horses and Saddlery, J.A. Allen. Tylden, G. 1971. Discovering Harness & Saddlery , Shire.

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Leather Crafts: Boot Maker


Anon. 1917. The Modern Boot and Shoe Maker, Gresham Publishing Co. 4 vols. Bordoll, E. (ed) 1935. The Boot and Shoe Maker, 4 vols. Fitch, Charles 1926. The History of the Worshipful Company of Pattenmakers of the City of London, Richard Clay & Sons. (2nd edition 1962, Anthony Blond Ltd) Hartley, Marie & Ingilby, Joan 2997. Making Boots, Shoes & Clogs, Smith Settle Ltd. Humphreys, G.H.W. 1967. The Manufacture of Sole and Other Heavy Leathers, Pergamon Press. Inglis, T. 1993. Boot and Shoe Trees in The Tool and Trades History Society Newsletter, no. 40, Winter 1993, pp.53-56. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [bootmaker, pp.229-235] Jobson, Allan 1950. The Village Shoemaker in Country Life, 108, October 27, pp. 1423, 1425. Korn, J. 1947. The Shoe Repairers Textbook, National Trade Press. Korn, J. (ed) 1953. Boot and Shoe Production, Pitman. Patrick, H.J. 1962. Modern Pattern Cutting and Design, Mobbs Miller. (Revised edition 1964) Sears, Joyce & Inglis, Tod 1993. Down to the Last Detail in The Tool and Trades History Society Newsletter, no. 40, Winter, pp.43-52. [lastmaking at John Lobb Ltd, St Jamess Street, London] Thornton, J.A. 1955. Textbook of Footwear Materials, Iliffe. Thornton, J.A. 1958. Textbook of Footwear Manufacture, Iliffe.

Leather Crafts: Clog Maker


Anon. no date. The Clogger and the Clog Maker, Kirklees Museums Service Restoration Unit. Atkinson, Jeremy 1984. Clogs and Clogmaking, Shire. Broomhead, Duncan 1983. Clogmakers, Manchester District of the English Folk Dance Song Society. Dobson, Bob 1979. Concerning Clogs, Dalesman Publishing Company. Hartley, Marie & Ingilby, Joan 1976. Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire, J.M. Dent & Sons. [Chap. 16, clog making and manufacture] Hartley, Marie & Ingilby, Joan 1997. Making Boots, Shoes and Clogs, Smith Settle

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Jenkins, J.G. 1961. The Rare Craft of the Clog-maker in Country Life, April 6, pp.768-769. Jenkins, J.G. 1978. Traditional Country Craftsmen, Routledge & Kegan Paul. [clogmaker, pp.235-236] Passmore, Sue 1992. Old Occupations: Clogmakers in Family Tree Magazine, January, pp.4-5. Vigeon, Evelyn 1977. Clogs or Wooden Soled Shoes in Costume, vol. 11, pp.1-27. Wight, M. 1944. The Country Clogmaker in Country Life, 16 June, vol. 95, p.1037. Woods, K.S. 1923. The Making of Clogs, Clog-soles and Clog-blocks in Miscellaneous Papers in Agricultural Economics for the Oxford Institute of Agricultural Economics, vol. 2, pp.1-7.

OTHER CRAFTS
Horn Maker
Abbey Horn, no date. booklet produced by Abbey Horn Co. Kendal. Bickerton, L. 1973. The Horners Craft in Country Life, 7 June, pp.1627-8. Bogland, E. & Flauensgaard, J. 1968. Working in Plastic, Bone, Amber and Horn, Nostrand, Reinhold. Crowell, I.H. 1945. Horn Craft, Macmillan Craftsmans Library. Hughes, G. Bernard 1953. The Horner in Living Crafts, Lutterworth Press, [pp.15162] MacGregor, Arthur 1985. Bone, Antler, Ivory & Horn: the technology of skeletal materials since the Roman period, Croom Helm. Patent Office. British Patent No. 1021, June 16 1908. Preparation and treatment of horn. British Patent No. 163219, June 10 1920. Preparation and treatment of horn. Phillips, P.A.S. 1931. John Obrisset Hugenot: carver, medallist, horn and tortoiseshell worker, and snuff box maker, Batsford. Pufahl, Von H. 1915. A Review of the Methods for the Manufacture of Horn Products in Kunststoffe, no. 5, Sept 1 1915. Sandys-Wunsch, T.V. 1945. Ivory, bone and horn cutting, Macmillan Craftsmans Library. Schaverien, Adele 2006. Horn, its history and its uses, Everbest Printing Co Ltd.

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