Over the years, I have often written furniture history articles, mainly for American Furniture, but for other journals as well.  Many of the American Furniture articles are online, see http://www.chipstone.org/framesetpublications.html

Here is a list of many of these titles:

Peter Follansbee and John Alexander, “Seventeenth-Century Joinery from Braintree, Massachusetts: the Savell Shop Tradition” in American Furniture, ed., Luke Beckerdite, (Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England for the Chipstone Foundation, 1996) pp. 81-104

Peter Follansbee, “A Seventeenth-Century Carpenter’s Conceit: The Waldo Family Joined Great Chair” in American Furniture, ed., Luke Beckerdite, (Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England for the Chipstone Foundation, 1998) pp. 197-214

Peter Follansbee, “Unpacking the Little Chest” in Old Time New England, vol 78, number 268 (Spring/Summer 2000): 5-23

Peter Follansbee, “Manuscripts, Marks, and Material Culture: Understanding the Joiner’s Trade in Seventeenth-Century America” in American Furniture, edited by Luke Beckerdite, (Hanover,N.H.: University Press of New England for the Chipstone Foundation, 2002), pp. 125-146.

Peter Follansbee, “Connecting a London-Trained Joiner to 1630s Plymouth Colony” in Antiques and Fine Art (Summer/Autumn, 2007) 200-205.  online at http://www.antiquesandfineart.com/articles/article.cfm?request=835

Alexander, Jennie, Follansbee, Peter, Trent, Robert F., “Early Shaved Post and Rung Chairs” in American Furniture, ed. Luke Beckerdite, (Easthampton,Massachusetts, Antiques Collectors’ Club, 2008) pp. 26-60.

Follansbee, Peter, and Trent, Robert F., “Reasessing theLondonStyle Joinery and Turning of Seventeenth-CenturyBoston” in American Furniture, ed.,Luke Beckerdite(Lebanon,N.H.: University Press ofNew England, 2010) pp. 194-240.

some woodworking articles are:

Follansbee, Peter, “Seventeenth-Century Carving Techniques” in Antiques & Fine Art,  online here: http://www.antiquesandfineart.com/articles/article.cfm?request=439   or PDF here:   Follansbee_HandsOn

Follansbee, Peter, “Recreating a 17th-Century Carved Box” Woodwork (Spring 2009) pp. 40-47    PDF here: PF_box_articl

Follansbee, Peter, “Carve a 17th-Century Panel” Popular Woodworking (June 2009) pp. 51-55.

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