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A Noble and dignified stream : the Piscataqua Region in the colonial revival, 1860-1930

Author: Sarah L Giffen; Kevin D Murphy; Old York Historical Society.
Publisher: York, Me. : Old York Historical Society, 1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah L Giffen; Kevin D Murphy; Old York Historical Society.
ISBN: 0963195506 9780963195500
OCLC Number: 26716931
Description: xiii, 241 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Contents: Promoting the Colonial --
Purchasing the Past: Summer People and the Transformation of the Piscataqua Region in the Nineteenth Century / Dona Brown --
Restoring the Colonial Home --
The New Colonials: Restoration and Remodeling of Old Buildings Along the Piscataqua / Richard M. Candee --
The Colonial Revival Landscape --
"Tempus Fugit": Capturing the Past in the Landscape of the Piscataqua / Lucinda A. Brockway --
The Colonial in Art and Architecture --
Artistic Circles and Summer Colonies / Woodard D. Openo --
The Literature of the Colonial Revival --
"Colossal in Sheet-Lead": The Native American and Piscataqua-Region Writers / Karen Oakes --
Exhibiting the Colonial --
The Politics of Preservation: Historic House Museums in the Piscataqua Region / Kevin D. Murphy.
Responsibility: edited by Sarah L. Giffen and Kevin D. Murphy.

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