Where Is All My Relation

Author: Michael A. Chaney
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199390215
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As Pottersville was under development, Abner Landrum's brother, Rev. John
Landrum, spearheaded a second kiln site on a one-acre parcel approximately
fifteen miles south of Pottersville. ... of his life at stoneware kiln sites throughout
the Old Edgefield District, the goal of the archaeological research was to obtain a
better ...

Great Noble Jar

Author: Cinda K. Baldwin
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820346160
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Horse Creel: Valley John Landrum, the eldest of the three Landrums involved in
stoneware manufacture in Edgefield, ... “Abdel Stot & Wife” sold 988 acres of
property on Big Horse Creek to John Landrum in 1795.58 “Rev. ... Recent
archaeological investigations at the John Landrum site indicate that a great deal
of experimentation with local clays ... This supposition is further supported by the
presence of clay objects at the site that have been identified as kiln supports and
separators.

The Routledge History Of The American South

Author: Maggi M. Morehouse
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317665341
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Dr. Abner Landrum and Reverend John Landrum were Scots-Irish brothers
interested in developing manufacturing facilities for stoneware pottery. ... African
Americans to build the production facilities, mine the clay, turn the pots, mix and
apply glazes, and fire the kilns. ... Edgefield District.5 Archaeological excavations
at the Landrum pottery sites starting in 2011 have revealed that they constructed
 ...

Historical Archaeology In Georgia

Author: J. W. Joseph
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... Amos, Abner and the Reverend John Landrum, and a glazing technique which
was possibly introduced by Abner and which ... The Landrums were marketing
stoneware for sale as early as 1819 and are likely to have developed the use of
an alkaline glaze, as well as a kiln, by the ... Gillsville (Hall/Bank Archaeologists
who encounter alkaline glazed stoneware sherds on their sites frequently hope to
be ...

American Material Culture And The Texas Experience

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Publisher: Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens Museum of Fine Arts Houston
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Lewis Miles was John Landrum's son-in-law and lived nearby, where he
operated a pottery and mill. It is unknown whether ... Archaeological fragments
found at Kirbees kiln site bear the alkaline-glaze developed in Edgefield. The
forms of the ...

South Carolina Wildlife

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Irregular swamps are among the wettest sites of the blackjacks, usually full of
water only during the winter months. ... This archaeological preserve includes
Rev. John Landrum's home and his alkaline glaze stoneware pottery kiln.

The Conference On Historic Site Archaeology Papers

Author: Stanley A. South
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In Aiken County Dr. Greer has worked on locating the kiln site of Landrum's
Pottery at Miles' Mill, called Sunnybrook in recent years (38AK17). She has
worked out a tentative sequence at the Sunnybrook site as follows: 1843 - Rev. ...
About twelve miles from the Sunnybrook site is the town of Granite- ville where
pottery was apparently in existence in the late nineteenth century ,j udging from a
jar in the ...

Roots Of A Region

Author: John A. Burrison
Publisher: Univ Pr of Mississippi
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Southern folk culture John A. Burrison. 1986), 355—62, 369-70; Mark Hewitt and
Nancy Sweezy, The Potter's Eye: Art and Tradition in North Carolina Pottery ...
1997); Hewitt and Sweezy, 103-63 (see 106-7 for an alkaline-glazed bottle dated
1820 and signed by Abner Landrum of ... Rectangular American Kilns of the
Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries," Northeast Historical Archaeology 6,
nos. ... 55- Neat Pieces: The Plain-Style Furniture of Nineteenth-Century Georgia,
rev.