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Fireside view of the Hart Room at Winterthur Museum shows an ancient oak court cupboard attributed to Thomas Dennis, the master joiner of Ipswich, Massachusetts, and dated 1684. Near the corner is an early dowry chest. Beside the fireplace stands an old Governor Carver chair. In the foreground a carved wainscote chair of 17th century origin stands beside an early trestle-base gate-leg table. The joint stool in front of the table represents the most common seating form used in 17th century New England.
On returning to England with news of his discovery, Cabot was graciously received by the king and encouraged to continue his journeys. He then made a second voyage to America, during which he visited Labrador and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Continuing southward, he cruised along the coast of New England as far as Cape Cod. Accompanying Cabot on his first voyage was his son Sebastian, who later continued to explore the coast of North America. In 1517, Sebastian Cabot tried to find a northwest passage to the Orient.
Courtesy, Index of American Design) Colonial kitchen, above, reconstructed from house built at Oxford, Massachusetts, around 1740, shows a pine and birch chair-table, a Windsor high chair and comb-back Windsor armchair. Against the back wall, a Connecticut Valley cupboard holds earthenware plates, pewter dishes and a small wooden bowl. (Courtesy, Winterthur Museum) Painted whitewood chest of drawers, below, originated in New England around 1690. Note thistle motif surmounted by crown. End panel is boldly painted with large tulip.