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 History of Colonial Pottery?

Answer What pottery early American colonists produced was mostly for their own use. Without kilns that could produce high-firing temperatures, they typically produced earthenware using local clay. German... Read More »
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African Pottery History?

The history of African pottery is diverse in nature. Each piece of pottery is directly influenced by the region, language, regional religious beliefs, culture, European influence and colonial cultu... Read More »
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History of Japanese Pottery?

There are four main types of pottery in Japan; earthenware, unglazed stoneware, glazed pottery and porcelain. Pottery emerged over ten thousand years ago during the prehistoric era. The majority of... Read More »
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Projects on Colonial History?

Although people sometimes argue that life in colonial times was simpler due to the absence of electronics and technology, it was actually far more labor-intensive. This is, in part, due to the fact... Read More »
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Information and History of Ancient Indian Pottery?

Ancient Indian pottery exists in a number of styles, and exhibits a wide variety of regional variations throughout the centuries. Most of ancient India's pottery used a combination of spinning on t... Read More »
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