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by Lisa C. Mullins,Roy Underhill

Author: Lisa C. Mullins,Roy Underhill
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: The National Historical Society (April 1, 1988)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Other
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Showing 15 distinct works. Village Architecture of Early New England (Architectural Treasures of Early America, Vol 7) by. Lisa C. Mullins.

Roy Underhill (born December 22, 1950) is an American woodworker and television show host. Mullins, Lisa . Roy Underhill (1988). Styles of the Emerging Nation (Architectural Treasures of Early America, 13. Historical Times. Born and raised in Washington, . he was the first master housewright at the Colonial Williamsburg reconstruction. Since 1979, he has been the host of the PBS series The Woodwright's Shop. Along with This Old House, which debuted the same year, it is the longest running PBS "how-to" show. Underhill was introduced to traditional woodworking by a sister who worked at the Smithsonian Institution.

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Roy Underhill (born December 22, 1950) was born and raised in Washington, . and was the first master housewright at the Colonial Williamsburg reconstruction. Currently, the show is the longest running PBS "how-to" show. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned a degree in Theater.

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the southern states, many of which had been framed with Southern pine or Cypress. Survey of Early American Design, Vol. 1 of Lisa C. Mullins, e. Architectural Treasures of Early America.

He also modified the focus of the series, including documentation of churches and public buildings and the recording of interiors and millwork details He also expanded the geographic scope of the project, documenting buildings in the southern states, many of which had been framed with Southern pine or Cypress. In 1987 the National Historical Society of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania began publishing a series of hardbound books, the Architectural Treasures of Early America, drawn entirely from the White Pine Monographs. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

A single volume of the 16-volume series reprinting Russell Whitehead's "White Pine Series of Architectural Monographs" and "The Georgian Period." This one contains eight chapters from "The Georgian Period" series: Old Colonial Work in Virginia and Maryland / A. Burnley Bibb ; Annapolis on the Severn / Author unknown ; Colonial Work in the Virginia Borderland / Glenn Brown ; Some Homes of the Washington Family / Sally Nelson Robins ; The University of Virginia / Theodore H. Skinner ; Cape Fear River District, North Carolina / James Eastus Price ; The Matter of Imported Material / Author unknown ; A Few Northern and Southern Peculiarities / Author unknown. Highly illustrated, with photographs, floor plans, and architectural elevations. And not just from southern homes, either. One of the more uncommon single volumes in this series.