Cultures and slavery in the American south: a Face Jug from Edgefield county


A conversation with Sarah Alvarez, Director of School Programs, Art Institute of Chicago, Beth Harris, and Steven Zucker in front of a Face Jug from Edgefield county, South Carolina, c. 1860, stoneware and alkaline glaze, 13.3 cm high (The Art Institute of Chicago 2006.84) A Seeing America video


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Cite this page as: Sarah Alvarez, The Art Institute of Chicago, Dr. Steven Zucker and Dr. Beth Harris, "Cultures and slavery in the American south: a Face Jug from Edgefield county," in Smarthistory, April 11, 2020, accessed October 20, 2020, https://smarthistory.org/cultures-and-slavery-in-the-american-south-a-face-jug-from-edgefield-county/.