A History of American Architecture: Buildings in Their Cultural and Technological Context

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Manchester University Press, 2001 - Architecture - 346 pages
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Gelernter (Univ. of Colorado, Denver) adds to the constellation of concise histories of American architecture while trying to refrain "from a traditional form of architectural writing that stressed ... Read full review


First civilizations 12000 bcad 1500 I
Colonial culture 16501763
The age of revolution 17631820
Culture realigned 182065 I3
Enterprise and turmoil 1cy585 166
The age of diversity 18851915 190
Between the world wars 191545 230
Modern culture 194573
Postmodern culture 197398 293
Glossary 319
Bibliography and further reading 330
Index 338

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