“Architectural Samplers from Frederick County, Maryland,”
The Magazine Antiques, April 2007.
“Ann Barclay Cloud’s Fruit and Flower Samplers,”
Sampler and Antique Needlework Quarterly, Spring, 2007,
co-author with Susi Slocum.
“The Silk Embroideries Made at Saint Joseph’s Academy, Emmitsburg, Maryland,” PieceWork, July/August 2006.
“Early-Nineteenth-Century African American Samplers from Baltimore Schools,” PieceWork, November/December, 2005.
“Samplers from the Oblate Sisters of Providence School for Colored Girls,
Baltimore, Maryland,” Sampler and Antique Needlework Quarterly,
“Rugs: The Colonial Chesapeake Consumer’s Bedcovering of Choice,”
Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Vol. XXX, No. 1 (Summer, 2004)
“Ornamental Views and the Changing Landscape of Saint Joseph’s
Academy, Emmitsburg, Maryland,” Catoctin History, Spring, 2004.
“African American Samplers from Antebellum Baltimore,”
The Magazine Antiques, April, 2004.
“For the People”: Clothing Production and Maintenance at Rose Hill
Plantation, Cecil County, Maryland,” Historic Alexandria Quarterly,
“Silk Bedcoverings in the Early Chesapeake Region: Interpreting
Documentary Evidence,” Proceedings of the Textile Society of America 8th Biennial Symposium, 2002.
“Gender Division in Handweaving on Chesapeake Plantations,”
Proceedings of the Textile History Forum, 2002.
“Slaves As Textile Artisans: Documentary Evidence for the
Chesapeake Region,” Uncoverings, 2001.
“Needlework Education in Antebellum Alexandria,” The Magazine Antiques,
“Plain and Ornamental Needle-Work from the Young Ladies Academy
of Georgetown: Recent Attributions,” Washington Antiques Show Catalogue, 1998.
“Equally Their Due: Female Education in Antebellum Alexandria,”
Historic Alexandria Quarterly, three parts (Summer, Late Summer, Fall), 1996.
Book Review: Shared Threads: Quilting Together – Past and Present,
Winterthur Portfolio, Summer/Autumn, 1995.
A Maryland Album: Quiltmaking Traditions, 1634-1934, Rutledge Hill, 1995, co-author.
“Bedcoverings in Kent County, Maryland, 1710-1820,”
Quiltmaking in America: Beyond the Myths, Rutledge Hill, 1994.
“Quiltmaking on Chesapeake Plantations,” On the Cutting Edge,
Oral Traditions Project, 1994.
Book Review: Quilts of Indiana, Winterthur Portfolio, Winter, 1991.
Family Record: Genealogical Watercolors and Needlework,
DAR Museum, 1989.
“The Flowering of Early American Quilts,”
Washington Antiques Show Catalogue, 1988.
First Flowerings: Early Virginia Quilts, DAR Museum, 1987.
“’Young misses often mark their names with care: Regional Samplers from the DAR Museum,” Washington Antiques Show Catalogue, 1987.
back to top