CRAFT: An American History
At the center of the United States' economic and social development, according to conventional wisdom, are industry and technology--while craftspeople and handmade objects are relegated to a bygone past. Adamson turns that narrative on its head in this innovative account, revealing the makers' central role in shaping America's identity. Color photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1929399
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