1866: Born in North Chelsea MA
Studied at the Cowles Art School, coursework at Harvard, and in Europe.
1900: Joined the Society of Arts & Crafts, Boston
1904-1936: Studio at 294-296 Boylston St.
1909: Master, Society of Arts & Crafts
1916: Medalist, Society of Arts & Crafts (First enamelist to receive this honor)
1919: Work purchased for the permanent collection of the MFA – a silver & enamel box c.1912. Also, silver and enamel pieces purchased by the Detroit Institute of Art and the Cincinnati Museum of Art.
1957: Elizabeth Copland’s Death.
- 1903-1917: Art Institute of Chicago annual Arts & Crafts Exhibit. (Best Original Design, Mrs. Albert H. Loeb Prize, 1915.)
- 1904: St. Louis Universal Exhibition
- 1907: Exhibition of the National Society of Craftsmen
- 1907-1927: Society of Arts & Crafts, Boston
- 1910: Arts & Crafts Society of Detroit
- 1911, 1913: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- 1915: Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco (Bronze Medal in Enamels)