3 edition of 18th century structures of the lower Eastern Shore found in the catalog.
18th century structures of the lower Eastern Shore
|Statement||[editor, Janet Taylor Smith]|
|Contributions||Smith, Janet Taylor., Wicomico County Bicentennial Commission.|
|LC Classifications||F187.S7 E37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||78318270|
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18th Century Structures of the Lower Eastern Shore: 30 Original Drawings. Maryland: Wicomico County Bicentennial Commission, 1st Edition. Paperback. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Like New. Item # Folio-sized trade paperback. Green wraps with gilt-ruled title to front.
THE WATER-SATURATED REMAINS of a large wharf structure were investigated at 18th century Pemberton Hall near Salisbury on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
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Thumbnail images of photographs of seventeenth and eighteenth century structures in Massachusetts taken by Harriette Merrifield Forbes have been indexed by place, name, and subject.
View the thumbnails by clicking on the scan number. Higher resolution ( dpi scans) of. Shungite: The Meaning, History, and Uses of the Karelian Stone.
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and Va.) -- Historic buildings Publisher Baltimore, Md. [Munder-Thomsen press] Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages:.
The Eastern Shore of Virginia has many properties with 17th and 18th century homes, some with accessory buildings that date as far back as the ’s, and many more homes dating from the 19th and early 20th century.Classified Ad Categories: Announcements (6) Weddings, births, garage sales, events, legal notices Automobiles (3) Cars, trucks, vans, sport utilities, motorcycles.And How They Got That Way Have you ever visited Bell'sOven.
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