Nineteenth-Century Mormon Architecture and City Planning (Hardback)C. Mark Hamilton (author)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 853 g
Dimensions: 242 x 171 x 25 mm
Nineteenth-Century Mormon Architecture & City Planning is interesting and readable because C. Mark Hamilton...adeptly handles what could have been, but is not, a dull subject. * Continuum (Magazine of the University of Utah) *
Hamilton successfully explains how the architecture of the Mormon settlements was affected by religious beliefs as well as social conditions existing during the Westward expansion of the United States...a clear and detailed description. * Journal of the West *
Hamilton's book is an excellent addition to the burgeoning literature on the arts and humanities within the Mormon tradition. * Church History *
...this book is important not only for Mormon scholars, but also for scholars of historic architecture and town planning and students of frontier history in Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and Utah. * The Annals of Iowa *
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