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Clay In The Blood

The Meaders Family Folk Pottery Tradition

"John Milton Meaders...started the first [Meaders family] pottery shop in 1892...In the early days the pottery was used to preserve food, churn milk, and carry water." -Sarah Freeman, J.M. Meaders' great-great-granddaughter

"Even Dad, when he talks about turning pottery, he'll say, 'Well, how many gallons did you turn today?'I don't know, I don't care...we don't have a cow out here we're milking."-Clete Meaders

"I worked at it twenty years making face jugs, and now...everybody in the country is making face jugs."-Lanier Meaders

"I make chickens, I make pigs, I make jugs, I make churns or whatever comes into my mind that satisfies myself."-Reggie Meaders

"I'm not really tried to make 'em look real fancy or anything. They tell me if you do, people won't like it all that much."-Edwin Meaders

"Nowadays...folks want something to look at instead of something to use."-David Meaders

Produced and directed by Doug Loggins, with original music by Chip Epsten.

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