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by Lisa C. Mullins
Author: Lisa C. Mullins
Publisher: Main Street Press; 1st edition (September 1987)
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Part VII of the Architectural Treasures of Early America series. A very good hardcover copy. Clean, unmarked pages.
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In 1987 the National Historical Society of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania began publishing a series of hardbound books, the Architectural Treasures of Early America, drawn entirely from the White Pine Monographs.
Architecture of Wales is an overview of architecture in Wales from the Medieval . This type of farmhouse was once common in mid- and south Wales.
It covers the history of domestic, commercial, and administrative architecture . This cruck and timber-framed house was originally built about 1470 as an open hall house.
The two earliest continuously occupied European settlements in the United States are St.Architecture for a new nation. The Fireproof Building, Charleston, South Carolina, by Robert Mills. Augustine, Florida founded in 1565 and Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Castillo de San Marcos fort 1672-1695 is St. Augustine's oldest surviving structure. In 1776, the members of the Asher Benjamin published The Country Builder's Assistant. Americans looked to affirm their independence in the domains of politics, economics, and culture with new civic architecture for government, religion, and education. Federal architecture. Massachusetts State House, Boston, Massachusetts (1795-1798).
Early preservation efforts in the South, and across the nation, primarily focused on saving the homes of significant .
Early preservation efforts in the South, and across the nation, primarily focused on saving the homes of significant historic figures, or the structures where important historical events occurred. Over time, however, numerous preservation initiatives evolved to save structures valued for their architectural or cultural significance, regardless of their association with important people. Beyond those benefits, many people see the importance of preserving the architectural treasures of the Old South solely in relation to what it means to the history of each surrounding community and to the families related to each historic site.