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Old Homes of New England: Historic Houses in Clapboard, Shingle, and Stone

Old Homes of New England: Historic Houses in Clapboard, Shingle, and Stone

Old Homes of New England: Historic Houses in Clapboard, Shingle, and Stone

$55.00

Blackburn, Roderic H. and Geoffrey Gross

Cl. New York, 2010

Book ID: 82721

ranging from the storied House of the Seven Gables of 1668, in its magnificent colonial splendor, to the Corwin House of 1675, nicknamed the "Witch House" for its direct association to the infamous Salem witch trials, to the bucolic Cogswell farmhouse of 1728. Each house exemplifies its style, which range from early colonial Pilgrim, Puritan, and Shaker, to later Georgian, Federal, and Greek Revival.

256 pp., color illus.