THE DELAWARE VALLEY IN THE EARLY REPUBLIC: Architecture, Landscape, and Regional Identity
Through narratives of individual lives, aggregate data from tax rolls and censuses, archival research, and close analysis of the built vernacular environment, Lanier examines the unique ethnic, class, and religious constitution of each sub-region of the Delaware Valley, as well as its cultural imprint on the landscape. Illus.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins
Item #: 3703274
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