Exploring everyday landscapes / edited by Annmarie Adams and Sally McMurry.

Collection Type

  • Books and periodicals




xxx, 313 p. : ill., maps, plans ; 26 cm.


Descriptive Terms

Vernacular architecture
Social life and customs


Adams, Annmarie.
McMurry, Sally Ann, 1954-
Vernacular Architecture Forum (U.S.). Meeting (1994 : Charleston, S.C.)
Vernacular Architecture Forum (U.S.). Meeting (1995 : Ottawa, Ont.)


Exploring everyday landscapes : an introduction / Annmarie Adams and Sally McMurry -- Wealth and houses in post-revolutionary Virginia / Edward A. Chappell and Julie Richter -- Dissenting faith and domestic landscape in eighteenth-century Virginia / Clifton Ellis -- The embedded landscapes of the Charleston Single House, 1780-1820 / Bernard L. Herman -- The dynamics of architectural design in eighteenth-century Charleston and the lowcountry / Carl Lounsbury -- A factory without a roof : the company town in the Redwood lumber industry / James Michael Buckley -- The miracle mile revisited : recycling, renovation, and simulation along the commercial strip / Timothy Davis -- Architecture for the future at the Charleston exposition, 1901-1902 / Bruce Harvey -- The urban cemetery and the urban community : the origin of the New Orleans cemetery / Dell Upton -- The house and garden : housing agricultural laborers in central Delaware, 1780-1930 / Rebecca J. Siders and Anna V. Andrzejewski -- Story, storage, and symbol : functional cache architecture, cache narratives, and roadside attractions / Susan W. Fair -- The spatial order of work / Carolyn Torma -- East Slav identity and church architecture in Minneapolis, Minnesota / Geoffrey M. Gyrisco -- Housing the grey nuns : power, religion, and women in fin-de-siáecle Montrâeal / Tania Martin -- "To hold communion with nature and the spirit-world" : New England's spiritualist camp meetings, 1865-1910 / William D. Moore -- Reading Sanborns for the spoor of the owner-builder, 1890s-1950s / Richard Harris -- The other side of the tracks : the middle-class neighborhoods that Jim Crow built in early-twentieth-century North Carolina / M. Ruth Little -- Linoleum and lincrusta : the democratic coverings for floors and walls / Pamela H. Simpson.


Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press

Publisher Series

Perspectives in vernacular architecture ;


xxx, 313 p. : ill., maps, plans ; 26 cm.


"Drawn from two conferences of the Vernacular Architecture Forum--one held in Charleston in 1994, and the other in Ottawa in 1995"--Back cover.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [293]-297) and index.



Call Number

HisPres. NA705.E86 1997

Material Type



United States


1st ed.