North Carolina Architecture

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UNC Press Books, 2005 - Architecture - 650 pages
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This award-winning, lavishly illustrated history displays the wide range of North Carolina's architectural heritage, from colonial times to the beginning of World War II. North Carolina Architecture addresses the state's grand public and private bu
  

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Contents

THE COLONIAL PERIOD 16801776
1
THE FEDERAL PERIOD 17801830
67
THE ANTEBELLUM PERIOD 18301861
193
THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY 18651900
325
THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY 19001941
427
NOTES
537
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
603
THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF NORTH CAROLINA INC
621
North Carolina Counties
622
INDEX
623
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About the author (2005)

Catherine W. Bishir is senior architectural historian at the Historic Preservation Foundation of North Carolina. From 1971 to 2001 she served in various capacities in the Survey and Planning Branch of the State Historic Preservation Office. She is coauthor of the three regional volumes of A Guide to the Historic Architecture of North Carolina. Tim Buchman is an architectural and fine arts photographer living in Charlotte, North Carolina.