Patricia Phillips Marshall
In 2005, Patricia Phillips Marshall was the curator of furnishings and decorative arts at the N.C. Museum of History. She is the coauthor of Thomas Day: African American furniture maker (Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina Office of Archives and History, 2005).
Resources created by Patricia Phillips Marshall
- Indian Cabinetmakers in Piedmont North Carolina
- In Antebellum North Carolina, page 4.5
- Thomas Day, a well-known African American cabinetmaker in North Carolina, worked and socialized with members of the American Indian community, who often faced the same types of racial discrimination as free blacks. Historical evidence suggests that Uriah and Nathan Jeffreys, cabinetmakers of American Indian origins, were Day’s close friends and may have worked with him at one time.
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- By Patricia Phillips Marshall.