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Takes an incisive look at America's westward movement, concentrating on the spread of Great Revival architecture across the US with its cultivation in Oregon during the 1850s. Sutton draws from a wide variety of documentary and visual sources: diaries and early architectural pattern books to current material, cultural literature and a wealth of outstanding photos.
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Americans interpret the Parthenon: the progression of Greek revival architecture from the East Coast to Oregon, 1800-1860 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 ratings.