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21891
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This article discusses the works of Scottish-born cabinetmaker Henry Lamond who practiced his craft in Robeson County of the lower Cape Fear region. A number of pieces of furniture from the region have been attributed to Lamond and comprise the largest body of work from any early North Carolina cabinetmaker to date.
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21921
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This article examines the life and trade of William Little, a cabinetmaker from Sneedsborough, North Carolina in the Piedmont region. Coming across from England in 1798, Little created furniture in a purely English tradition not found inland from the port centers of the coast.
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27695
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Researchers at the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina assessed the impact and amount of English furniture imported into Charleston, South Carolina during 1760-1800. While a significant amount of furniture was imported, the Charleston cabinetmaking trade was both large and healthy.
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27880
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A study by the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina examined the furniture trade between America and Jamaica during the eighteenth century. The movement of cabinetmakers such as John Fisher, coupled with the exportation of Windsor chairs to Jamaica from the eastern seaboard, reveals not only the trade of goods, but also the influence of skills, style, and culture.
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27879
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A study by the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina examined the business records of Virginia cabinetmaker Sampson Diuguid. Analysis of Diuguid’s Ledger D account book reveals the various furniture forms he made in the early nineteenth century, and provides further knowledge of the cabinetmaking trade throughout the eastern region.
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42637
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Heath Trigg worked in residential construction and cabinetry in the Sandhills area of North Carolina before engaging in a specialty business making American flags out of whiskey barrels.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 52 Issue 7, July 2020, p24