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Industry, Architecture, and Engineering

Door Louis Bergeron e.a.

Industry, Architecture, and Engineering
RubriekAlgemeen Architectuur & Bouwkunde
TitelIndustry, Architecture, and Engineering: American Ingenuity 1750-1950
AuteurBergeron, Louis & Maiullari-Pontois, Maria Teresa
BoektypeGebonden met stofomslag
UitgeverijHarry N. Abrams, New York
Jaar van uitgave2000
SamenvattingThis volume provides an illustrated study of American industrial architecture and civil engineering from the mid-18th century to World War II. The 350 compelling b&w photographs (drawn mostly from the Historic American Engineering Record of the National Park Service) and text by Bergeron and Maiullari-Pontois (experts in the field of industrial archaeology) weave together several significant themes of American history not only the technological advances and the milestones of civil engineering, but also the socioeconomic impact of these developments and their architectural manifestation. The seven chapters discuss the two phases of industrialization in the U. S., major themes in the U. S. industrial heritage, and understanding our industrial heritage. Oversize: 10.25x11.50<">. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews. com)
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