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Meta F. Janowitz, Rebecca L. White, Deborah L. Miller, George D. Cress, and Thomas J. Kutys
The Rise and Fall of American Queensware 1807-1822
Rebecca L. White, Meta F. Janowitz, George D. Cress, Thomas J. Kutys, and Samuel A. Pickard
Domestic Queensware in Kensington-Fishtown: Excavating Philadelphia's Waterfront Neighborhoods
George D. Cress, Thomas J. Kutys, Rebecca L. White, Meta F. Janowitz, and Samuel A. Pickard
“A Bright Pattern of Domestic Virtue and Economy”: Philadelphia Queensware at the Smith-Maskell Site (28CA124), Camden, New Jersey
Thomas J. Kutys, George D. Cress, Rebecca L. White, and Ingrid A. Wuebber
The Westward Expansion of Domestic Queensware: The Red Rose Transit Site, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
George D. Cress, Rebecca L. White, and Ingrid A. Wuebber
Philadelphia Queensware at the McKean/Cochran Site, Appoquinimink, Delaware
Meta F. Janowitz Dr. and Christy R. Morganstein
Sets and Sensibilities: The Excavation of Ideology in Upstate New York
Christopher P. Barton and Kyle Somerville