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Tracing the history of your home bibliography

Bibliography

Baker, John Milnes. American House Styles: A Concise Guide. Norton, 1993. (728.3 Baker)
Carley, Rachel. The Visual Dictionary of American Domestic Architecture. Holt, 1994. (728 Carley)
Cragoe, Carol Davidson. How to Read Buildings: A Crash Course in Architectural Styles. Rizzoli, 2008. (720.9 Cragoe)
Foster, Gerald L. American Houses: A Field Guide to the Architecture of the Home. Houghton Mifflin, 2004. (728.37 Foster)
Howard, Hugh. How Old Is This House? A Skeleton Key to Dating, Identifying Three Centuries of the American House. Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1989. (728.3 Howard)
Jones, Will. How to Read Houses: A Crash Course in Domestic Architecture. Rizzoli, 2013. (728.3 Jones)
McAlester, Virginia. A Field Guide to American Houses. Knopf, 2013. (728.3 McAlester)
Meister, Maureen. Arts and Crafts Architecture: History and Heritage in New England. UPNE, 2014. (720.974 Meister)
Miner, Robert G. Colonial Architecture in New England. Arno Press, 1977. (720.974 Colonial)
Walker, Les. American Homes: The Landmark Illustrated Encyclopedia of Domestic Architecture. Black Dog, 2014. (720.973 Walker)

 

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