Red, white, and black make blue : indigo in the fabric of Colonial South Carolina life /
"Like cotton, indigo has defied its humble origins. Left alone it might have been a regional plant with minimal reach, a localized way of dyeing textiles, paper, and other goods with a bit of blue. But when blue became the most popular color for the textiles that Britain turned out in large qua...
Athens, Georgia :
The University of Georgia Press,
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