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Discovering the History of your House and your Neighborhood

Green, Betsy J. (Book - 2002)
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Discovering the History of your House and your Neighborhood
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Every house has a story to tell. Whether you own an elaborate Victorian, cozy bungalow or cottage, ranch-style or are part of a newer subdivision, houses and property have unique histories that are just waiting to be uncovered. Researching the history of your house is fascinating and rewarding.
Authors: Green, Betsy J., 1950-
Title: Discovering the history of your house and your neighborhood
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Santa Monica Press, c2002
Characteristics: 286 p. :,ill. ;,22 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Betsy J. Green
Summary: Every house has a story to tell. Whether you own an elaborate Victorian, cozy bungalow or cottage, ranch-style or are part of a newer subdivision, houses and property have unique histories that are just waiting to be uncovered. Researching the history of your house is fascinating and rewarding.
ISBN: 1891661248
Branch Call Number: 728.09 G795d 2002
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 278-282) and index
Subject Headings: Architecture, Domestic United States United States Genealogy Handbooks, manuals, etc Dwellings United States Research Handbooks, manuals, etc Historic buildings United States Research Handbooks, manuals, etc
Topical Term: Architecture, Domestic
Dwellings
Historic buildings
LCCN: 2002017600
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A practical guide with many creative research tips for aspiring architectural detectives.


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