The Federal Style: An Architecture for a New Nation, 1785 to 1830

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March 20, 2017 - 9:00am
After the Revolutionary War, the new nation of the United States of America set about establishing itself. While statesmen concentrated on writing our Constitution and codifying the laws that would govern us, others set about growing our cities and towns. Port cities such as New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore… Read More > The post The Federal Style: An Architecture for a New Nation, 1785 to 1830 appeared first on Brownstoner.


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