Houses of Worship: An Identification Guide to the History and Styles of American Religious Architecture

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Thunder Bay Press, 2003 - Architecture - 448 pages
A guidebook to the architectural styles of American churches and temples, Houses of Worship is highly illustrated with color photographs and explanatory line drawings. A survey of American religious architecture, this book is a history of the development of American religious history, a guidebook to assist in the identification of the style of individual buildings based on historical examples of typical buildings, and a travel guide to regional monuments of interesting architecture.

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This is a chronologically-organized survey of churches, synagogues, temples, and houses of worship of all kinds, including contemporary buildings. The book includes capable definitions of a wide ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
7
Chapter 1
43
Chapter 2
65
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About the author (2003)

Jeffery W. Howe is professor of fine arts at Boston College. He is the author of many books, including "Houses of Worship" and "The Symbolist Art of Fernand Khnopff,

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