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North Devon Pottery and its Export to America in the 17th century

United States National Museum Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution),
vol. 225, paper 13, (1960), illus., maps. pp.17-59.

by

Malcolm C. Watkins

Prepared by Michael Steer

North Devon was the pivot of a fan of commerce extending, at its greatest point, westward as far as the colonies in North America and the West Indies. The heyday for North Devon Pottery and its exports was the 17th and early 18th Centuries - the end of the 17th century saw the trade with Northern colonies drop and then collapse. Despite a brief respite, overseas markets were lost and eventually plastic, enamel and glass replaced earthenware. The author, a curator at the Smithsonian has provided an interesting, illustrated paper on the results of excavations at a number of important US archaeological sites; including Jamestown and Plymouth, Massachusetts. There is evidence that the earliest colonists of the 17th century enjoyed a higher degree of comfort and more aesthetic furnishings than hitherto thought. His paper provides much new information about the interplay of trade and culture between the colonists and their mother country. The paper is the first in the author's major study of ceramics used by the English colonists of America. This rare and much sought-after book was produced digitally by Google from a copy in the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign Library collection and can be downloaded from HathiTrust. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. These books, on which copyright has expired, are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.
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A  
Abbott, E Stanley 22
Andrews, John 52
B  
Bacon 36-7
Bailey, Lee Worth 20, 22, 52
Bailyn, Bernard 23
Barnes, John 25-6
Bemrose, Geoffrey 59
Berkeley, Sir William 38
Bishop, William 26
Blacker, J F 59
Bonnie, C A 40
Boole, John 24
Bowne, John 41, 48, 51, 53, 59
Brannam, C H (pottery) 20, 29, 31-2, 34, 45, 59
Britten, William 25
Brittingham, Alvin W 37
Brittingham, Joseph B 37
Browning, Christopher 24
Bruce, P A 23, 25
Bruston, William 26
Brutton, Tymothy 26
Bryant, Humphry 26
Burke, William 23
C  
Cartwright, J J 33
Caywood, Louis R 38
Chaffers, William 59
Chappell, Mark 26
Charbonnier, T 29-32, 34, 45
Conor, Joseph 25
Corkhill, Richard 25
Cotter, John L 35-6
Courtis, Thomas 25-6
Crocker's pottery 29, 32
Cullen, Virginia 40
D  
De Bry 58
Deetz, James 40-1
Donnerd, Samuel 26
Dorman, Charles G 39, 45
E  
Elder, Robert A jnr 22
Elizabeth I 22
Esh, John 26
Ewers, M 33
Ewings, George 25
F  
Fishley's pottery 29, 31
Forman, Henry Chandler 20
Fowle, Thomas 23
Franklin, Miss Margaret 22
G  
Gardner, Lieutenant George 52
George III 44
Greenslade, Philip 24
Grenville, Sir Richard 22
Gribble, Joseph B 28, 30, 59
Guiness, Henry 25
H  
Haggar, Reginald G 59
Hall, T M 29, 31
Harrington, J C 20, 35
Hartwell, Henry 35-6
Hartwell, John 27, 56, 58-9
Hatch, Charles 22
Hodgkin, Edith 47
Hodgkin, John Eliot 47
Honey, W B 59
Hopkins, Andrew 24
Hornblower, Henry II 22, 40-1
Howland, John 40, 46, 48, 51-2, 55, 57, 59
Howland, Joseph 40
Hudson, J Paul 22, 39
Hume, Ivor Noel 22
J  
James I 22
Jenkinson, Miss Mildred E 22-3, 31, 34
Jewitt, Llewellyn 29, 32, 34
Jones, Roger 26
L  
Le Moyne, J 52, 58
Limbry, John 25
Limbry, Vivian 24
Littlejohns, A C 29-31, 38
Lord, John 25
Luxeron, Peter 25
M  
Mankowitz, Wolf 59
Maw, George 30
May, William 35, 56, 58-9
Mercer, John 39
Merriweather, Nicholas 35-6
Meteyard, Eliza 59
Morton, Robert 40
Murray, J A H 33
N  
Norton, Frederick H 22, 52
O  
Oliver, B W 31
P  
Penryn, Henry 25
Phillips, Thomas 25
Pococke, Dr Richard 33-4, 52
Potter, Vincent 23
Pountney, W J 33
Prickard, Edmond 24
Prust, Peter 25
R  
Rackham, Bernard 29, 47
Raleigh, Sir Walter 22
Richental, Ulrich von 52, 57
Rock, John 26
Rosenwald, Lessing J 57
S  
Selden, John 23
Selden, Sisely 23
Shapton, Bartholomew 25-7
Short, Henry 52
Snell, Mrs Edwin M 22
Strickland, Charles 22
Strickland, Sidney T 40, 52
Strong, H W 31-2
Stuart 53
T  
Taylor, Nicholas 24
Titherley, John 26-7
Titherly, William 24-7
Tucker, John 26
V  
Vries, de 40
W  
Washington, George 56
Washington, John 39, 48, 56, 58-9
Washington, Lawrence 39
Watkins, John 22-3, 28, 30
Wedgwood, Josiah 59
White, William 35-6
William III 44