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A LAND AND LIFE REMEMBERED: AMERICO-LIBERIAN FOLK ARCHITECTURE. Svend E. Holsoe and Bernard L. Herman. Brockton Art Museum, 1988. Published in association with University of Georgia Press, Athens. 190 pp. with 197 ills. (4 col.). 23 x 29 cm. LC 88-20531 ISBN 0820310859 In English.
The buildings erected by former slaves who emigrated from the United States to West Africa in the 19th century are examined in this study in the context of American architectural traditions, particularly those of the Old South. Text includes essays on Liberian settlement, settler architecture, and the work of photographer Max Belcher.
Indexing: Western — United States, Liberia — 1800-1900 — Architecture — African American Artists
Plans: 75
Worldwide Number: 052621
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