Free eBook The Deep South: Smithsonian Guides (SMITHSONIAN GUIDES TO HISTORIC AMERICA) download
by William Bryant Logan
Author: William Bryant Logan
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams; Revised edition (April 1, 1998)
Subcategory: United States
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Smithsonian Guides to Historic America). A series of illustrated guides to the historic sites of America consisting of 12 volumes, each devoted to a particular region of the country.
Smithsonian Guides to Historic America). The entries are arranged geographically and include sections on the history of art and literature, the building of homes and the making of fortunes. William B. Logan is a playwright, poet and translator. He wrote the Far West section A series of illustrated guides to the historic sites of America consisting of 12 volumes, each devoted to a particular region of the country.
Deep South: Four Seasons on Back Roads. The Rocky Mountain States: Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana . : Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana Vol 8 (Smithsonian Guides to Historic America). Deep South: Four Seasons on Back Roads Paperback.
The Smithsonian Guides to Historic America h ave undergone their first major revision since their origina l release. The twelve volumes make up a comprehensive presen tation of sites of historical interest & museums covering al l States of the Union.
Logan, William Bryant; Muse, Vance; Kennedy, Roger G (1989). The Smithsonian Guide to Historic America: The Deep South. Stewart, Tabori & Chang. p. 153. This Mississippi-related article is a stub.
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The Smithsonian Guides to Historic America h ave undergone their first . The Deep South : Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida. Part of the Smithsonian Guides to Historic America Series). by William Bryant Logan and Vance Muse.
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6. William Bryant Logan; Susan Ochshorn; Chuck Place. ISBN 10: 1556701063 ISBN 13: 9781556701061.
Described by the Smithsonian Guide to Historic America: The Deep South as "one of the three or four most interesting houses in America", Gaineswood was built o. .er an 18 year period. Between 1843 and 1861, Gaineswood evolved from a dog-trot cabin into an elaborate home. The builder, General Nathan Bryan Whitfield, was a planter and 'Renaissance man'. He acted as his own architect, engineer, foreman, and sometimes craftsman. Owned by the Alabama Historical Commission, Gaineswood was named a National Historic Landmark in 1974 and opened to the public in 1975.
A presentation of American historic sites and museums in Northern New England. Features up to date site information which includes location.
Homecoming: The Paintings of William H. Johnson, A Book of Postcards . Johnson, A Book of Postcards (Washington, . National Museum of American Art in association with Pomegranate Artbooks, 1991). William H. Johnson’s painting style changed dramatically as he traveled between Europe and America. The Smithsonian American Art Museum holds the largest and most complete collection of work by the African American modernist William H. Johnson (1901–1970) and has done much in the past 30 years to preserve his art and establish his reputation.