Antebellum Architecture of Kentucky

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University Press of Kentucky, 1991 - Architecture - 338 pages
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" By the author of the acclaimed Antebellum Houses of the Bluegrass, this book includes significant structures from throughout the commonwealth, illustrating the entire range of stylistic architectural development."

  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
PLEASANT HILL AND SOUTH UNION
89
PART TWO EVOLVING A REGIONAL ARCHITECTURE
105
PART THREE PARTICIPATION IN THE POPULAR REVIVAL STYLES
181
EPILOGUE THE POSTWAR ARCHITECTURAL TRADITION
315
NOTES
321
INDEX
332
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