People, Power, Places: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, VIII

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From workers cottages in Milwaukee s Polish community to Alaskan homesteads during the Great Depression, from early American retail stores to nineteenth-century prisons, different types of buildings reflect the diverse responses of people to their architectural needs. Through inquiry into such topics, the contributors to this volume examine a variety of building forms as they assess the current state of vernacular architecture studies. Because scholars in vernacular architecture have come to consider thematic questions ...

People, Power, Places: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, VIII 2000, University of Tennessee Press

ISBN-13: 9781572330757

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