This volume compiles over 100 historic homes, mills, churches, and other significant structures, dating from 1730 to the 1850s. From fine Georgian mansions, designed by leading architects, to simple farm houses and their out buildings, this book presents the reader with the history of each historic landmark by dividing its contents into districts and illustrating each property with color and black-and-white photography.
Hardcover, 177 pages
Analyzes the relationship between Brown and Smith, who backed him financially and the failed slave revolt at Harpers Ferry.
In this fully-colored handbook, three explorers and their adventures are portrayed. The author gives perspectives to the several national parks that commemorate the first Spanish explorations.
This book tells the story of how many slaves escaped using the network of routes to freedom.
Day-trip destinations in the Mid-Atlantic States full of rich history and magnificent landscapes, its landmarks and quiet hideaways, its hiking trails and rivers.
Bloom offers his own insights into the author’s work along with an introductory essay of his own.