Craft: An American History
By Glenn Adamson.
This narrative is a fascinating history of craft and craftspeople in the United States—and introduces readers to the told and untold stories of makers who helped shape America’s identity, from revolutionary carpenters and blacksmiths, to Mother Jones, to Rosie the Riveter, to suffragists, to Rosa Parks, to makers of the AIDS quilt.
Perfect for fans of Whitehorne House Museum or those who have a broader interest in craft, design, and history.
Bloomsbury Publishing (2021).
9.5 x 7 x 1