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Nearly every publication on American furniture, especially those on early American furniture, mentions objects from Massachusetts, by virtue of the age of the state and its importance in the world of furniture since the seventeenth century.  The following list is therefore of necessity selective.

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  • Garrett, Elisabeth Donaghy. At Home:  The American Family, 1730-1870.  New York:  Harry N. Abrams, 1990.
  • Garrett, Wendell D. “Furniture Owned by the American Antiquarian Society.”  Antiques 97, no. 3 (March 1970):  402-7.
  • Gay, Eben Howard. “Four Typical Colonial Clocks.” Antiques 3, no. 1 (January 1923): 27-29.
  • Gertz, Harris. Heywood-Wakefield.  Atglen, Pa.:  Schiffer Publishing, 2001.
  • Gilborn, Craig A. American Furniture, 1660-1725.  Country Life Collectors’ Guides.  London:  Hamlyn, 1970.
  • Gonzales, Roger, and Daniel Putnam Brown, Jr. “Boston and New York Leather Chairs:  A Reappraisal.”  AF 1996, 175-94.
  • Goyne, Nancy A. “The Bureau Table in America.”  Winterthur Portfolio 3: 24-36.
  • Green, Richard Lawrence. “Fertility Symbols on the Hadley Chests.”  Antiques 112, no. 2 (August 1977): 250-57.
  • Greenfield, Briann G. Out of the Attic:  Inventing Antiques in Twentieth-Century New England.  Amherst and Boston:  University of Massachusetts Press, 2009.
  • Greenlaw, Barry A. New England Furniture at Williamsburg.  Williamsburg:  Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1974.