Who Made These
200-year-old American Stone Engravings?

. . . the stonecutters of eastern Massachusetts,
where the American craft of
gravestone carving first began.

These 2 volumes provide the definitive study of over 100 of these men
(most previously unidentified or unexamined)
who lived and worked between 1750 and 1870
throughout all of eastern Massachusetts.

                     Vol. I (2006): 480 pages; 8.5" x 11"; 750 duotone illustrations; CD-ROM
                    Vol. II (2015): 704 pages; 8.5" x 11"; 1000 duotone illustrations; 5-gig flash drive

Tables of Contents:

Volume I:           
Volume II: