A history of American architecture: buildings in their cultural and technological context

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Manchester University Press, 1999 - Architecture - 346 pages

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Gelernter (Univ. of Colorado, Denver) adds to the constellation of concise histories of American architecture while trying to refrain "from a traditional form of architectural writing that stressed ... Read full review

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Cultures transformed and transplanted 15001650
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Colonial culture 16501763
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The age of revolution 17631820
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