The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Homes Through American History: 1821-1900; 1821-1860
Presents information about housing construction, beginning with the homes of the first European settlers to the North American colonies, and concluding with the latest trends in construction and design of houses and apartments in the United States.
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Changes in American Life
Styles of Domestic Architecture around the Country
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