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Past Meets Future: Saving America's Historic Environments

Antoinette J. Lee - Architecture - 1992 - 384 pages
Emanating from a special National Preservation Conference, leading experts present 33 essays on future trends in the historic preservation field. Topics range from cultural ...
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Worthy of the Nation: Washington, DC, from L'Enfant to the National Capital ...

United States. National Capital Planning Commission, Frederick Gutheim, Antoinette J. Lee - Architecture - 2006 - 430 pages
When Worthy of the Nation first appeared in 1977, it won much acclaim for its comprehensive treatment of Washington's design and urban development. Now the story has been ...
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Constructing Townscapes: Space and Society in Antebellum Tennessee

Lisa C. Tolbert - Architecture - 1999 - 294 pages
In colonial North Carolina, German-speaking settlers from the Moravian Church founded a religious refuge--an ideal society, they hoped, whose blueprint for daily life was the ...
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Army Architecture in the West: Forts Laramie, Bridger, and D.A. Russell ...

Alison K. Hoagland - History - 2004 - 288 pages
By examining the three exemplary Wyoming forts of Laramie, Bridger, and D. A. Russell, the author explains how widely varying architectural designs, rather than standardized ...
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The Art of Memory: Historic Cemeteries of Grand Rapids, Michigan

Thomas R. Dilley - History - 2014 - 280 pages
In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, the look and feel of cemeteries in the United States changed dramatically, from utilitarian burial grounds to the ...
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From Craft to Profession: The Practice of Architecture in Nineteenth-Century ...

Mary N. Woods - Architecture - 1999 - 281 pages
This is the first in-depth study of how the architectural profession emerged in early American history. Mary Woods dispels the prevailing notion that the profession developed ...
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Crusader Castles

Hugh Kennedy - Architecture - 1994 - 221 pages
The castles built in the Middle East by the Christian crusaders in the 12th and 13th centuries were among the most impressive built anywhere in the Middle Ages. This book is ...
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