Presidio, mission, and pueblo: Spanish architecture and urbanism in the United States
Presidio, Mission, and Pueblo: Spanish Architecture and Urbanism in the United States is the first comprehensive account of Spanish architecture and urbanism in the United States, covering the whole of the old Spanish borderlands--Florida, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California.
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