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Publications

Valley Ablaze: Pottery Tradition in the Catawba Valley. Conover, NC: Goosepen Studio and Press, 2012.

In Our Own Words: A Story of Lincoln County, North Carolina

In Our Own Words: The Story of Lincoln County, North Carolina. Edited by Harris Connect and Harpe Consulting for the Lincoln County Historical Association.

“Bridging the Gap: The Historic Mariposa Bridge,” The Bobbin and Shuttle, The Textile Heritage Center, No. 5, 2008.

“ “So Mote It Be:” An Exploration of Masonic Symbols in Carolina Low Country Decorative Arts,” Transactions, The South Carolina Masonic Research Society, Volume 20, 2008.

Images of Sports: Lincoln County.  Arcadia Publishing, Mt. Pleasant, S.C., 2007.

In Our Own Words: A Story of Lincoln County, North Carolina.  Harris Connect, Norfolk, VA, 2006.

Images of America: Lincolnton – From the Collection of Clyde “Baby Ray” Cornwell.  Arcadia Publishing Company, Mt. Pleasant, S.C., 2004.

Images of America: Lincoln County Revisited.  Arcadia Publishing Company, Charleston, S.C., 2003.

Images of America: Lincoln County.  Arcadia Publishing Company, Charleston, S.C., 2001. 

Images of America: Lincoln County. Written by Harpe Consulting for the Lincoln County Historical Association.

“Lincoln County and Its Iron Industry,” Tarheel Junior Historian, North Carolina Museum of History, Spring 2001.

Two Centuries of Potters: A Catawba Valley Tradition.  Lincoln County Historical Association, Lincolnton, N.C., 1999.

Lincoln County Heritage, 1997.  Lincoln County Historical Association, Lincolnton, N.C., 1997.

“Lest We Forget”: Alfred Nixon : Southern Progressive, Public Historian, and Lost Cause Devotee. Thesis (M.A.)–University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2006.