Nova Scotia Museum E-Book Publication
"Baskets of Black Nova Scotians" by Joleen Gordon
Here is the link to the e-book https://museum.novascotia.ca/books
Clara Clayton Gough: Clara and her mother Edith Drummond Clayton are two of the celebrated women in a calendar for 2011, called "Herstory 2011". It is a diary style coil bound calendar with stories of ordinary Canadian Women doing extraordinary things. The calendar was sold by MillMillCouteau Books in Saskatchewan. Courtesty of Couteau Books we have attached here the stories of Clara and Edith.
Remembering Black Loyalists - virtual museum of Canada
Savannah Herald - July 2010 article on African Basket Making Traditions in the New World
Pam (Clayton) Wall: Mrs. Edith Clayton's youngest daughter is selling maple baskets, all kinds of baskets - market baskets, lampshades, laundry baskets, wishing wells - in wonderful colours. She is marketing her work on the web on a spot called A Touch of Maple and the new Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market .