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Gould, Elizabeth Barrett. FROM FORT TO PORT; AN ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF MOGILE, ALABAMA, 1711-1918. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, c1988. 317pp., index, notes, bibliography, black and white photographs and diagrams. 4to. As new hardcover in fine d/j.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Book Very Good in Very Good jacket 4to-over 9? "-12" tall. Signed and Dedicated By Author Clean text/tight binding/all pages intact/no creasing on spine/light edgewear on DJ/small tear at top of DJ/wrinkling of DJ on spine. From Fort to Port covers the architectural history of Mobile as it evolved from the French Colonial period to the end of World War I. The Gulf Coasts of Alabama and Mississippi were transformed abruptly from colonial military outposts to urban commercial centers by business and professional men from the cities of the Atlantic Seaboard states.
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