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Listed below, is a list of Blue and White Stoneware related Book Selections, Pottery Sites,  and other Pottery Clubs

Blue and White Pottery Resources (Books and Web Sites)

Blue and White Pottery by Joseph, M. & E. Harbin. 1973. Published by the Authors.

Blue & White Stoneware Pottery Crockery: Identification and Value Guide. Harbin, Edith. 1977.  Collector Books. Paducah, KY. 63 pp.

Blue and White Stoneware by Kathryn McNerney.

Antique Trader Stoneware And Blue & White Pottery Price Guide Kyle Husfloen, Editor, 2005. Contributind Editors Bruce & Vicki Waasdorp, Gail Peck, Steve Stone. 288 pp.

Stoneware in the Blue and White. Alexander, M.H. 1986 (1993 reprint). Image Graphics, Inc. Paducah, KY. 136 pp.

The Blue and the Gray: Oneida County Stoneware. Bensch, Christopher. 1987. Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New York. 80 pp.

McCoy Pottery The Guide to Brush-McCoy Pottery. Sanford, Steve & Martha. 1992. Published by the Authors. 144 pp.

The Guide to Brush-McCoy Pottery, Book 2. Sanford, Steve & Martha. 1996. Adelmore Press. 80 pp.

Sanford's Guide to McCoy Pottery. Sanford, Steve & Martha. 1997. Adelmore Press. 276 pp.

Red Wing Collectibles by Dan Depasquale, et al (Paperback - July 1985)

Red Wing Potters & their Wares. Tefft, Gary & Bonnie. 1981.  Locust Enterprises, W74 N9422 Devonwood Road, Menomonee Falls, WI. 192 pp.

The Clay Giants: The Stoneware of Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota by Lyndon C. Viel . Also lists various other Red Wing Guides

Monmouth-Western Stoneware .

Monmouth-Western Stoneware. Martin, Jim & Bette Cooper. 1983 (1998). Wallace-Homestead Book Co., 1912 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50305. 151 pp. Encyclopedia of Marks .

Encyclopedia of Marks on American, English, and European Earthenware, Ironstone, Stoneware, 1780-1980: Makers, Marks, and Patterns in Blue and White, Historic Blue, Flow Blue, Mulberry, Romantic Transferware, Tea Leaf, and White Ironstone (Schiffer Book for Collectors) by Arnold A. Kowalsky, Dorothy E. Kowalsky (Hardcover - September 1999)
Stoneware

Stoneware by Richard Dewar, 128 pages,  University of Pennsylvania Press; (December 2002)
Blue and White Stoneware .

Uhl Pottery

Uhl Pottery: Identification & Value Guide by Anna Mary Feldmeyer, Kara Holtzman

A Collector's Guide and History of Uhl Pottery/With Price Guide October 1988 by F. Earl McCurdy, Jane A. McCurdy

Pottery Club Sites

Fort Dodge Stoneware Collectors Society

The Fort Dodge Stoneware Collectors Society is a group interested in the potteries and stoneware companies that existed in the Midwest in the 19th and early 20th centuries. These include, but are not limited to, the  Fort Dodge Stoneware Company, Plymouth Stoneware Company of Fort Dodge, Western Stoneware Company (Plant 7), Red Wing Union Stoneware Company, Fort Dodge Pottery, Hartwell & Bower, and a host of others.

Collectors of Illinois Pottery and Stoneware In August, 1983, the Collectors of Illinois Pottery and Stoneware was formed as a club to unite collectors of pottery and stoneware made in Illinois and to facilitate their sharing information, ideas, interests and items for trade or sell.

The Online Guide to Brush-McCoy Pottery BrushMcCoy.com is your comprehensive guide to researching pottery produced by the J.W. McCoy Pottery Company.

BrushMcCoy.com Forum Registration: This Forum is free but you must register first:. Please read the Forum’s Policy Guidelines before registering.

Uhl Collectors Society The Uhl Collectors Society is a non-for-profit organization open to anyone who is interested in Uhl pottery and/or stoneware.

Old Sleepy Eye Collectors' Club of America The Old Sleepy Eye Collectors' Club of America is dedicated to the collecting and preservation of items related to the Sleepy Eye Milling Co. of Sleepy Eye, Minnesota.

Wisconsin Pottery Association The Wisconsin Pottery Associations mission generally is to promote knowledge and appreciation of art pottery among its members and the general public.

American Art Pottery Association American Art Pottery Association - To promote an interest understanding, appreciation, and recognition of American Art Pottery • To unify and strengthen the voice of collectors and dealers of American art pottery • To foster a members' Code of Ethics for buying, selling, exhibiting and publishing about American Art Pottery.

Robinson Ransbottom Pottery Company Robinson Ransbottom Pottery Company - People often confuse items made by this pottery as Roseville because it is marked "R.R.P. Co. Roseville O." This pottery has been in business for over 100 years.

Red Wing Collectors Society, Inc. The Red Wing Collectors Society, Inc. is an organization which promotes the collection of Red Wing and American pottery.