Americans Interpret the Parthenon: The Progression of Greek Revival Architecture from the East Coast to Oregon, 1800-1860
Takes an incisive look at America's westward movement, concentrating on the spread of Great Revival architecture across the US with its cultivation in Oregon during the 1850s. Sutton draws from a wide variety of documentary and visual sources: diaries and early architectural pattern books to current material, cultural literature and a wealth of outstanding photos.
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The Genesis of a Style
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