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Architecture of the Old South

The Medieval Style, 1585-1850

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ISBN 9780674491809

Publication Date: 01/01/1948

203 pages

56 illustrations

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In this beautifully illustrated account of the earliest architecture of Virginia, Maryland, the Carolinas, Bermuda, and Georgia, Henry Forman shows how the beginnings of home and church building in this region were rooted in English Gothic usage, and how doggedly the medieval style persevered.

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