Architecture in colonial America

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University of Oregon Press, 2003 - Architecture - 202 pages
A comprehensive introduction to early colonial architecture, from Columbus to the American Revolution. Donnelly covers everything from the first European settlers and early housing designs to Swedish and Dutch influences on public buildings and the rise of American Georgian architecture.

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This final work by Donnelly (1923-99; New England Meeting Houses), former professor of art history at the University of Oregon, covers the earliest Colonial constructions up to the American Revolution ... Read full review


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Discovery and exploration of North America by European RenaissanceBaroque fashions particularly from England Town
Colonies on the Atlantic seaboard settled by English Dutch missions in Texas New Mexico Arizona and California

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