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Pipe makers' marks - References
Seventeenth-and Eighteenth-Century Marked Clay Tobacco Pipes From Ferryland, Newfoundland

Atkinson, D.R. and Adrian Oswald.
1972 A Brief Guide for the Identification of Dutch Clay Tobacco Pipes found in England. Post Medieval Archaeology, Vol 6: 175-182.

Cheminant, Richard Le.
1981 Clay Tobacco Pipes from London and the South East. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: VI Pipes and kilns in the London region, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 127- 172. Bar International Series 97. Oxford.

Davey, Peter J and D.B. Gallagher.
1987 Elgin, site summary. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: X Scotland, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 272-278. BAR International Series 178. Oxford.

Duco, D.H.
1981 The Clay Tobacco Pipe in Seventeenth Century Netherlands. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: V Europe 2, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 368-468. BAR International Series 106(ii). Oxford.

Grant, A and D. Jemmett.
1985 Pipes and Pipe-Making in Barnstaple, Devon. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: IX More Pipes from the Midlands and Southern England, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 440-532. BAR British Series 146(1). Oxford.

Gullov, H. C and Hans Kapel.
1979 Habetz Colonie 1721-28. In The National Museum of Denmark Ethnographical Series. Vol 16. Copenhagen.

Mark, Robert F.
1968 Clay Smoking Pipes Recovered from the Sunken City of Port Royal: May 1, 1966- September 30, 1967. Jamaica National Trust Commission. Kingston, Jamaica.

Martin, C.
1987 Pipes from the Wreck of HMS Dartmouth 1690, a re-assessment. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: X Scotland, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 225-232. BAR International Series 178. Oxford.

McCashion, John H.
1979 A Preliminary Chronology and Discussion of Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Century Clay Tobacco Pipes from New York State Sites. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: II The United States of America, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 63-150. BAR International Series 60. Oxford.

Mills, Stephen F.
1996 The House that Yonge Drew? An Example of Seventeenth-Century Vernacular Housing in Renews. Avalon Chronicles, Vol 1: 43-66.

Mouer, L. Daniel.
1993 Chesapeake Creoles: The creation of Folk Culture in Colonial Virginia. In The Archaeology of 17th-Century Virginia, edited by Theodore R. Reinhart and Dennis J. Pogue. The Dietz Press. Virginia.

Noel Hume, Audrey.
1979 Clay Tobacco Pipes Excavated at Martin's Hundred, Virginia, 1976-78. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: II The United States of America, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 3-36. BAR International Series 60. Oxford.
Oswald, Adrian.
1969 Marked Clay Pipes from Plymouth, Devon. Post-Medieval Archaeology 15:122-142.

1975 Clay Pipes for the Archaeologist. British Archaeological Reports 14. Oxford.

1985 On the Life of Clay Pipe Moulds. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: IX More Pipes from the Midlands and Southern England, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 5-22. BAR International Series 146(I). Oxford.

Pawson, Michael.
1969 Clay Tobacco Pipes in the Knowles Collection. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Virginia 23(3): 115-47.

Pernambucano de Mello, Ulysses.
1983 Clay Pipes from North-East Brazil. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: VIII America, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 259-286. BAR International Series 175. Oxford.

Pope, Peter E.
1986 Ceramics from Seventeenth Century Ferryland, Newfoundland. Unpublished M.A. Thesis. Dept. of Anthropology, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

1988 Clay Tobacco Pipes from Ferryland- Archaeological Analysis and Historical Interpretation. Department of History, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Ruter, Janet and Peter Davey.
1980 Clay Pipes from Chester. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: III Britain: the North and West, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 41-272. BAR British Series 78. Oxford.

Sharp, A.
1984 The Clay Tobacco Pipe Collection in the National Museum. Review of Scottish Culture 1: 34-42.

Tatman, Colin.
1985 Stamp and Mouldings in Clay Pipes Found in London. In The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: IX More Pipes from the Midlands and Southern England, edited by Peter Davey, pp. 363-388. BAR British Series 146(1). Oxford.

Walker, Iain C.
1971 An Archaeological Study of Clay Pipes from the King's Bastion, Fortress of Louisbourg.

Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History (no.2). Parks Canada: National Historic Parks and Sites Branch. Ottawa.

1977 Clay Tobacco-Pipes, With Particular Reference To The Bristol Industry. History and Archaeology 11a-d. Parks Canada: National Historic Parks and Sites Branch. Ottawa.

©1999, Barry Gaulton
Archaeology Unit, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Photographs by Roy Ficken, Department of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

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