[Ed.Note: Some of these articles were published in the NAWCC Bulletin, either under the same title or under a slightly different title.]
- Phinehas Bailey
A Vermont Clockmaker, Tinker, Minister, and Inventor of the first Shorthand System.
- Hiram Todd Dewey
An Ohio Clockmaker, Jeweler, Vintner and Snake Oil Salesman.
- Josiah Green and His Clock
A Newly Discovered New Hampshire Tower Clock.
A Jilted Vermont Clockmaker, Mysogynist, and Whetstone Maker
- John Osgood
New Hampshire Master and Maker
- A Close Look at Thomas Harland and his apprentices
Considering his alleged apprentices.
- Some Speculations on Daniel Burnap
Covering his alleged apprenticeship with Thomas Harland, and his tower clocks.
- Candace Roberts
Japanner and Dial Painter and Diarist.
- Emeline Loomis--2 1/2¢ per dial...
and what it was like to work for a typical clockmaker in the early 1800's.
- Lucy Amy Miller Hasham
A vignette of the life of a woman married to a rather eccentric clockmaker in the mid-1800's.
- les filles Anglais
A Tale of Two English Nuns who were also watch- and watchcase makers.
- Nathan Hale
Vermont's Quondam Clockmaker, Miller, Hotelier, and Church Builder.
- Benjamin Morrill
A remarkably unremarkable man...
- Who was Jeremiah Cleveland?
Some Notes on a cousin of President Grover Cleveland.
Noted in Passing
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