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AMERICAN LANDMARKS: THE LIGHTHOUSE
By Amy Handy
8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in. (224 x 298mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 100 illustrations. Defining the precarious border between land and sea, lighthouses are legendary monuments throughout America's coastal regions and have captured the imaginations of artists, poets, and dreamers for ages. This volume traces the architectural and technological evolution of these proud sentinels with alluring images and rich text.

Category: ARCHITECTURE, AMERICANA
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LEGACY OF NORMAN ROCKWELL, THE
By Ben Sonder
10 5/8 x 14 3/8 in. (270 x 365mm) 144 pages. Hardcover. 120 illustrations. Norman Rockwell was an illustrator of tremendous ingenuity and energy. This loving chronicle of Rockwell's life and work follows his career from his first assignment as art director at "Boy's Life" through his association with "The Saturday Evening Post" - for which he produced over 300 covers - through his later, more socially conscious work for "Look" magazine in the 1960s and 1970s. This volume is a celebration of the life and work of America's most beloved artist, illuminated by 120 stunning reproductions of his paintings that range from his earliest illustrations to his final works.

Category: ARTISTS, ART, AMERICANA, AMERICAN ARTISTS
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HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL
By Bert D. Yaeger
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 80 pages. Hardcover. 70 illustrations. During a period of roughly fifty years (1825-1875) an artistic movement developed in America that was based in Romanticism and inspired by the wild areas in the vicinity of New York's Hudson River. This first native school of American landscape painting included among its leading artists Thomas Cole, Asher Brown Durand, and Thomas Doughty as well as, later, looking westwood, Frederic Church, Thomas Moran, and Albert Bierstadt. The story of this movement and the masters who created sweeping scenes of the New World in all its pristine grandeur is detailed here, accompanied by a portfolio of 70 full-color reproductions.

Category: ART MOVEMENTS, ART, AMERICANA, AMERICAN ART
Keywords: ART, ART MOVEMENTS, AMERICANA
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HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL
By Bert D. Yaeger
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 80 pages. Paperback. 70 illustrations. During a period of roughly fifty years (1825-1875) an artistic movement developed in America that was based in Romanticism and inspired by the wild areas in the vicinity of New York's Hudson River. This first native school of American landscape painting included among its leading artists Thomas Cole, Asher Brown Durand, and Thomas Doughty as well as, later, looking westwood, Frederic Church, Thomas Moran, and Albert Bierstadt. The story of this movement and the masters who created sweeping scenes of the New World in all its pristine grandeur is detailed here, accompanied by a portfolio of 70 full-color reproductions.

Category: AMERICAN ART, AMERICANA, ART, ART MOVEMENTS
Keywords: ART, ART MOVEMENTS, AMERICANA
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MIAMI: TRENDS & TRADITIONS
By Beth Dunlop
11 X 11 in. 240 pages. Hardcover. Over 160 full-color photographs.This handsome volume documents the pioneering architecture and spectacular interiors of Miami, exploring the great architectural treasures of this exciting metropolis. Well-known landmarks are featured along with less famous houses by such young architects as Teofilo Victoria, Jorge Hernandez, and Carlos Zapata. This exceptional book traces the history of Miami's architecture-drawn from a rich mix of sources and theatrical inspirations--and looks at the role and influence of private houses in creating the larger sense of the city. It is an ode both to the important works of the past and to the exemplary architecture of the present.

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AFRICAN AMERICAN ART
By Crystal A Britton
8 5/8 x 12 1/8 in. (220 x 310mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 110 illustrations. Though the first African American artists were slaves, they brought with them ancient artistic traditions and an aesthetic unique to their African origins. Wood carving, pottery making, and architecture were just a few of the skills they practiced. After the Civil War a new class of African American artist - craftsmen, painters, sculptors, photographers - was born, and their influence led to a development in Black art that lasts to this day. This volume is a visual celebration of African American art from its beginnings in Colonial America up to the present. From the early folk art to contemporary prints, paintings, and sculptures, here is the remarkable fruit of America's black artistic heritage.

Category: ART MOVEMENTS, ART HISTORY, ART, AMERICANA, AMERICAN ART
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CIVIL WAR IN ART, THE
By Doranne Jacobson
8 5/8 x 12 1/4 in. (220 x 310mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. 96 illustrations. The American Civil War - the most cataclysmic event ever to occur on this nation's soil - engendered many complex and passionate feeelings that were captured by artists who worked in the midst of the conflict to render images of war in sketches, paintings, and photographs. They traveled with the armies, depicting soldiers as well as civilians at the front, documenting the leaders, encampments, and battlefields of the North and the South. The works of great photographers such as Mathew Brady and Alexander Gardner as well as painters and illustrators such as Winslow Homer, Edwin Forbes, and many others are represented here by 96 full color and archival images.

Category: AMERICANA, ART, AMERICAN ART, ART HISTORY, MILITARY HISTORY
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ADAMS, ANSEL: THE SPIRIT OF WILD PLACES
By Eric Peter Nash
9 1/4 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 144 pages. Hardcover. 97 illustrations. Here is an enthusiastic survey of Ansel Adams' varied career - from commercial photographer to avant-garde modernist and finally standard bearer of "pure" photography. His well-known photographs of America's national parks - featured in this volume - are remarkable for their timeless celebration of the nation's unblemished landscape. Ansel Adams was an artist and conservationist, a visionary and pragmatist. His work is a permanent record of America's wild beauty, achieved by a man whose own nature was as immutable as the earth he loved.

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ADAMS, ANSEL: THE SPIRIT OF WILD PLACES - PAPERBACK
By Eric Peter Nash
9 1/4 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 144 pages. Paperback. 97 illustrations. Here is an enthusiastic survey of Ansel Adams' varied career - from commercial photographer to avant-garde modernist and finally standard bearer of "pure" photography. His well-known photographs of America's national parks - featured in this volume - are remarkable for their timeless celebration of the nation's unblemished landscape. Ansel Adams was an artist and conservationist, a visionary and pragmatist. His work is a permanent record of America's wild beauty, achieved by a man whose own nature was as immutable as the earth he loved.

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WRIGHT, FRANK LLOYD
By Eric Peter Nash
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 80 pages. Hardcover. 70 illustrations. Frank Lloyd Wright was the avator of American Architecture. His highly original aesthetic and singular philosophy placed him, during his lifetime, in the forefront of modern architecture and resulted in a doctrine for American building design that continues to this day. This volume is a spirited introduction to the designs of an architectural master, showcasing his public and private work from the early Prairie Houses to the splendid S.C.Johnson buildings and the controversial Guggenheim Museum, all illustrated with 70 full-color photographs.

Category: ARCHITECTURE, AMERICANA, AMERICAN ARTISTS, AMERICAN ART, ALL TITLES, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE, BUILDINGS, ARCHITECT
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WRIGHT, FRANK LLOYD
By Eric Peter Nash
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 80 pages. Paperback. 70 illustrations. Frank Lloyd Wright was the avator of American Architecture. His highly original aesthetic and singular philosophy placed him, during his lifetime, in the forefront of modern architecture and resulted in a doctrine for American building design that continues to this day. This volume is a spirited introduction to the designs of an architectural master, showcasing his public and private work from the early Prairie Houses to the splendid S.C.Johnson buildings and the controversial Guggenheim Museum, all illustrated with 70 full-color photographs.

Category: AMERICANA, AMERICAN ARTISTS, AMERICAN ART, ALL TITLES, ARCHITECTURE, GIFT BOOKS
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE, BUILDINGS, ARCHITECT
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EAGLES
By Hal H Wyss
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Paperback. Over 80 illustrations. Eagles are found in all parts of the world. From the American bald eagle and trhe European imperial eagle to the rare monkey-eating eagle of the Philippines, here is a pictorial history of the life cycles and habitats of these impressive and beautiful flying predators. A detailed history of these legendary birds and mankind's struggles to save endangered species from extinction provides bird lovers the world over with an informative guide to identifying, understanding, and appreciating these fantastic creatures.

Category: AMERICANA, ANIMALS, BIRDS, GENERAL INTEREST, NATURAL HISTORY
Keywords: BIRDS, BIRDS OF PREY, HUNTERS, ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY
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ELLIS ISLAND: GATEWAY OF HOPE
By John Burdick
8 7/8 x 11 3/4 in. 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 120 full-color and archival illustrations. One half of the population of the United States today can trace their ancestry to immigrants processed in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty at New York's Ellis Island. Illuminated by portraits of the new arrivals themselves, this volume brings the immigrant experience to life with eloquent historical views of Ellis Island whose halls echoed with the voices of the millions who passed through on their way to build America's future. A complete history of this great national landmark is presented, highlighting various aspects of the whole process. With 123 full-color and archival photographs, this beautiful volume captures the spirit of the gateway to America and serves as a touching reminder of the brave "huddled masses" who left their homes for a new nation.

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AMERICAN COLONIAL HOMES
By John Burdick
8 7/8 x 12 1/8 in. 80 pages. Hardcover. Over 80 full-color photographs. The homes built in pre-revolutionary America mark the development of a new architectural and artistic style. This volume explains how the colonists, inspired by the freedom of the New World but influenced by their European roots, created an architecture that reflects their struggle both to reject and to retain the cultural, political, and social standards of Europe. Relevant quotes from the diaries, journals, and letters of the colonists offer a view of the day-to-day lives centered around their colonial homes. This volume presents the visual celebration of the spirit and evolution that produced some of Americas greatest architectural icons. With more than 80 full-color photographs of North Americas most stunning and historic colonial homes, this beautiful volume is a tribute to Americas unique heritage.

Category: AMERICANA, ARCHITECTURE
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INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA
By Josepha Sherman
10 1/4 X 10 1/4 in. (260 x 260mm) 144 pages. Hardcover. Over 110 illustrations. This authoritative volume vividly describes the Native Americans who once inhabited every area of the United States. Captivating portraits of many tribes are presented on a region-by-region basis, covering every aspect of Native American life from examples of traditional dress to weaponry and artifacts. Through a concise text and 114 full-color photographs, this book portrays the majesty of tribal life, expressed in both full-dress traditional ceremonies and the high art of Native American crafts.

Category: PHOTOGRAPHY, GIFT BOOKS, GENERAL INTEREST, AMERICANA
Keywords: AMERICANA, NATIVE AMERICANS, INDIANS, TRIBES, TRIBAL
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INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA
By Josepha Sherman
10 1/4 X 10 1/4 in. (260 x 260mm) 144 pages. Paperback. Over 110 illustrations. This authoritative volume vividly describes the Native Americans who once inhabited every area of the United States. Captivating portraits of many tribes are presented on a region-by-region basis, covering every aspect of Native American life from examples of traditional dress to weaponry and artifacts. Through a concise text and 114 full-color photographs, this book portrays the majesty of tribal life, expressed in both full-dress traditional ceremonies and the high art of Native American crafts.

Category: ALL TITLES, AMERICANA, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
Keywords: AMERICANA, NATIVE AMERICANS, INDIANS, TRIBES, TRIBAL
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DINERS
By Karen Offitzer
8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in. (224 x 298mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 100 illustrations. More than just a place to grab a bite, the diner is an expression of the free-flowing American spirit, as generous as a bottomless cup of coffee and as welcoming as a flashing neon sign beckoning the traveler to "Eat Here Now." Experience the sights and sounds of the glorious diners of America through photographs and descriptions of diners of the past and present. You'll see neon lights and shiny silver buildings; chrome counter stools and rollicking juke boxes; signs, menus, and sturdy diner crockery; blue plate specials, hearty hamburgers, and sinful desserts. Here is a delightful pictorial celebration of this slice of American culture and history, presenting an entertaining and informative text served up in style with over 100 full-color and archival photographs, fine art reproductions, and diner memorabilia.

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FARMHOUSE COOKING
By Kathy Blake
8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in. (224 x 298mm) 144 pages. Hardcover. Over 100 illustrations. In every part of the country and in every season, cooking and sharing food is an integral part of hospitality and celebration. Here is a delightful collection of traditional dishes to feed the family year round, from summer picnics to cozy winter dinners. Arranged by seasons, it offers 100 tasty recipes and luscious full-color photographs that are sure to be a favorite souce and inspiration for many delicious family meals and a welcome gift for any cook, from novice to professional.

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AMERICA'S BOUNTY
By Kathy Blake
9 1/4 x 12 13/16 in. (235 x 325mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 80 illustrations. Celebrate a glorious bounty from America's plains, farms, gardens, and waters in this beautifully illustrated cookbook. Discover different ways to include fragrant herbs, greens, grains, colorful vegetables, exotic mushrooms, and fresh, juicy fruits in your meals. Here is a celebration of American foods in all their varieties, flavors, and aromas. Traditional favorites such as Maryland Crab Cakes and Southern Cheese Grits are joined by new ethnic additions to our heritage, including Chicken Chorizo, Rabbit with Mushrooms, and New Mexican Cornbread. This book is illustrated with over 80 full-color illustrations.

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GREATEST FISHING LOCALES OF NORTH AMERICA
By Ken Schultz
9 5/8 x 10 7/16 in. (265 x 245mm) 144 pages. Hardcover. Over 130 illustrations. For the North American angler, there are many choices of sites for sportfishing, from coastal saltwaters to inland rivers and streams to placid lakes and ponds. The author has chosen a variety of prime fishing spots suitable for sportsmen of all levels of expertise. These places were selected for their diversity of species, angling skills required, geographical balance, and accessibility. All regions of the United States are represented plus the best locations in Canada. The book is enhanced by over 130 full-color photographs and individual, small-format maps that accompany each destination.

Category: SPORTS & RECREATION, GENERAL INTEREST, AMERICANA
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AMERICAN LANDMARKS: THE BARN
By Laura Brooks
8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in. 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 110 full-color illustrations. Those who love barns regard them as works of artperfect harmonies of form and function. But these structures also stand as landmarks of American history and emblems of a country that values hard work, individualism, and community spirit. This volume explores the history, architectural evolution, varying styles, and craftsmanship of these rural landmarks. Organized by region, this visual survey offers a wealth of design variations that are adapted to the special needs of specific localities. Architectural details such as fretwork designs, hex signs, cupolas, weathervanes, and decorative hardware are also noted in this splendidly illustrated volume that combines modern photography with fine art reproductions, historical prints, and folk art images. Here is a captivating portfolio that captures the soul of the American heartland.

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NASHVILLE: THE PILGRIMS OF GUITAR TOWN
By Robert Hicks
9 x 11 in. (230 x 300mm) Hardcover 152 pages 200 photographs A photographic portrait of Nashville, Tennessee, the residents and newcomers who have all been seduced by the promise of 'music city, USA' in Nashville: The Pilgrims of Guitar Town, photographer Michel Arnaud and writer Robert Hicks wander beyond the Grand Ole Opry to a place filled with high hopes, hard work, and, more than anything else, guitars. The book guides the reader through Nashville telling its story and also discusses: Hopes & dreams When dreams come true Legends in Nashville Some have seen their dreams come true, some never will, but this wonderful collection of captivating images proves that the journey itself is its own destination.

Category: MUSIC, AMERICANA, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
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ELVIS: THE KING OF ROCK AND ROLL
By Rupert Matthews
9 1/4 X 12. Hardcover. 112 pages. To many people, Elvis is the most important person to have emerged from the modern popular music industry , and 20 years after his death he is just as popular as ever, with young and old striving to keep his memory alive with recordings, films and memorabilia. Here is a celebration of Elvis, complete with lively text and photographs from his early life onwards. Some of the features include : . Elvis Presley's rise to fame . his career in the movies . the G.I. Blues of Elvis . his comeback years Every fan of Elvis Presley will wish to own this book

Category: MUSIC, HISTORY, COLLECTIBLES, AMERICANA
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GREAT AMERICAN GARDENS
By Stacey McNutt
9 1/4 X 13. Hardcover. 80 pages. 80 Full-color photographs. Americans have always cherished gardens, from early colonial dooryard plots brimming with flowering herbs to the spectacular sculptural gardens that grace more formal landscapes today. All across the United States gardeners have adapted to the demands of local soil and climate conditions to produce amazing combinations of blooms and shrubs. With more than 80 full-color photographs of North America's most breathtaking gardens, this volume is a tribute to America's unique horticultural heritage.

Category: HOME & GARDEN, AMERICANA, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
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O'KEEFFE, GEORGIA: AN ETERNAL SPIRIT
By Susan Wright
8 5/8 x 12 1/4 in. (220 x 310mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. 70 illustrations. During her long and distinguished career, Georgia O'Keeffe pioneered an artistic style that dominated the art of twentieth-century America. With crystalline clarity and a vivid sensuous feeling for both objects and landscapes, O'Keeffe painted life studies that were to set her apart as an original and adventurous painter. Here is a beautiful overview of the life and work of the greatest American woman artist of the modern age, illustrated with 70 full-color reproductions, from the early flowers of the New York years to the bleached bones and awe-inspiring landscapes of the Southwest.

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O'KEEFFE, GEORGIA: AN ETERNAL SPIRIT - PAPERBACK
By Susan Wright
8 5/8 x 12 1/4 in. (220 x 310mm) 128 pages. Paperback. 70 illustrations. During her long and distinguished career, Georgia O'Keeffe pioneered an artistic style that dominated the art of twentieth-century America. With crystalline clarity and a vivid sensuous feeling for both objects and landscapes, O'Keeffe painted life studies that were to set her apart as an original and adventurous painter. Here is a beautiful overview of the life and work of the greatest American woman artist of the modern age, illustrated with 70 full-color reproductions, from the early flowers of the New York years to the bleached bones and awe-inspiring landscapes of the Southwest.

Category: ARTISTS, ART, AMERICANA, AMERICAN ARTISTS
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WRIGHT, FRANK LLOYD: A RETROSPECTIVE VIEW
By Trewin Copplestone
9 1/8 x 12 in. 112 pages. Hardcover. Over 110 full-color illustrations. It is a measure of the significance of Frank Lloyd Wright that, little more than forty years after his death, there is already a considerable library of booksas well as pamphlets and articles devoted to himthat he is the subject of worldwide lecture courses, and that his name is frequently mentioned in the press. This volume is a tribute to the man who remains as controversial and widely-discussed as he was in his own lifetime. Here is a survey of his finest buildings, complete with floor plans, architectural renderings, and full-color photographs of interiors, exteriors, and architectural details. This volume features some of the many innovative structures from his work. Along with a history of an architectural career spanning seven decades, here is the story of a man whose life encompassed great success, devastating tragedy, and remarkable changes of fortune.

Category: AMERICANA, ARCHITECTURE
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AMERICAN FOLK ART
By William C Ketchum Jr.
9 1/4 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 144 pages. Hardcover. Over 150 illustrations. Since the time of the earliest settlers, Americans have been expressing their individuality through the embellishment of everyday objects. From furniture and kitchen utensils to weathervances and shop signs, folk art has come to be synonymous with the art of inclusion. Such classics as whirligigs, ship models, and carousel animals fill these pages, as well as toys, scrimshaw, pottery, and quilts. Illustrated with over 150 full-color photographs, this celebration of American craftsmanship and decorative style is a must for any collector.

Category: ART HISTORY, ART COLLECTIONS, ART, AMERICANA, AMERICAN ART
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AMERICAN FOLK ART - PAPERBACK
By William C Ketchum Jr.
9 1/4 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 144 pages. Paperback. Over 150 illustrations. Since the time of the earliest settlers, Americans have been expressing their individuality through the embellishment of everyday objects. From furniture and kitchen utensils to weathervances and shop signs, folk art has come to be synonymous with the art of inclusion. Such classics as whirligigs, ship models, and carousel animals fill these pages, as well as toys, scrimshaw, pottery, and quilts. Illustrated with over 150 full-color photographs, this celebration of American craftsmanship and decorative style is a must for any collector.

Category: ART, AMERICAN ART, ART COLLECTIONS, AMERICANA, ART HISTORY
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ART OF THE GOLDEN WEST, THE
By William C Ketchum Jr.
8 5/8 x 12 1/8 in (220 x 310mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 100 illustrations. This pictorial history of frontier towns, cowboys, Indians, and breathtaking natural beauty is a tribute to the rugged breed of artists who tamed the Old West on canvas. Shortly after the 1803-1806 expedition of Lewis and Clark, George Catlin was one of the first artists to journey to see the new land. He was followed over time by Karl Bodmer, Thomas Moran, Alfred Bierstadt, and George Caleb Bingham who traveled west to record the wild, unsettled vistas beyond the Mississippi. Toward the end of the nineteenth century, Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell began their work, completing the artistic documentation of the Golden West. This volume reveals the lives and spirits of these artists whose work is represented by 106 full-color reproductions.

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SIMPLE BEAUTY (SHAKERS)
By William C Ketchum Jr.
9 1/4 x 12 13/16 in (235 x 325mm). 128 pages. Hardcover. 130 illustrations. The Shakers' spirit burns brightly through their legacy of design and architecture, represented by the images of Shaker buildings and their furnishings found in this book. From furniture, rugs, and clothing to useful objects such as baskets, boxes, and tools amd from tinware to textiles, Shaker arts and crafts remain as a precious and vital contribution to American cultural life. An informative text presents lively historical anecdotes of this most fascinating of religious sects, accompanied by 130 full-color photographs illustrating Shaker design and workmanship.

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