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  • Author: Candee, Richard M.

Date: 1982

Publication: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture

Volume: 1

Language: en

Find in a Library: 71305819

Article in vernacular architecture describing New England industrial community development in the new textile towns of the early 19th century. Emphasis on textile operations and their accompanying communities and building innovations between 1820 and…

  • Author: Beaudry, Mary C.

Date: 1989

Publication: Historical Archaeology

Volume: 23

Language: en

Find in a Library: 1752118

Read: Full text (from the Society for Historical Architecture)

Article describing the influence of Lowell, Massachusetts' Boott Mills corporate architectures - physical, economic, occupational - on the lives of millworkers and the citizens of Lowell. Discrepancies between stated corporate commitments to the…

  • Author: Candee, Richard M.

Date: 1971-05-00

Publication: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians

Volume: 30

Language: en

Find in a Library: 2392510, 53398373

Article describing the architectural history of Nashua, New Hampshire and its surroundings, once thought to belong largely to the work of Asher Benjamin (agent of the Nashua Manufacturing Company) in the nineteenth century. Benjamin's contemporaries…

  • Author: Murray, Kathleen Rochefort

Date: 2000-09(2000 fall / 2001 winter)

Publication: Québec Studies

Volume: 30

Language: en

Find in a Library: 60628349

Article on iconography surrounding Ste. Anne - the mother of Jesus' mother, Mary - in the Roman Catholic culture of Québec. Exploration's of the saint's importance for understanding Québec and its people more intimately, first in terms of popular…

  • Author: Skinner, Ralph B.

Date: 1965

Language: en

Find in a Library: 1425699

Historical overview of the churches and religious communities spread throughout the twin cities of Lewiston and Auburn, Maine, from the 18th century to the 1960s. Discussions on the various growths of local buildings and congregations - divided by…

  • Author: O'Halloran, Ruth Libbey

Date: 1997

Language: English

Find in a Library: 39122231

Read: FULL TEXT

The fifth book in a series on the history of Lewiston, Maine, Historic Lewiston, from the Lewiston Historical Commission. Historic Lewiston: Its Architectural Heritage is a 116-page overview of the architecture of the city: the depth of its history,…

  • Author: Bielenberg, Kristina
  • Author: Gips, Terry
  • Author: Lane, Karen

Date: 1978 October

Language: English

Find in a Library: 5688269

Catalog accompaniment to the October 1978 Vermont exhibit of artists, stonework, and granite-inspired pieces, "Granite: Artists and Their Work." From the text: "...includes a brief introduction to the history of the granite industry and the…

  • Author: Lintner, Sylvia Chace

Date: 1948 June 01

Publication: The New England Quarterly

Volume: 21

Language: English

Find in a Library: 480419589, 1759778

The advent of certain southern New England manufactories, and the specific history behind the shapes and builds, the rise and fall, of the granite textile mills of Fall River, Massachusetts. Historical progression of mill development and those who…

  • Author: Guillet, Ernest

Date: 1981

Language: Français

Find in a Library: 8528395

Une histoire de théâtre - ses peuples et ses spectacles - franco-américain à Holyoke, Massachusetts, et dans la Nouvelle-Angleterre. Met un accent sur la période entre 1900 et 1940.

  • Author: Franco-American Centre Franco-Américain

Date: 1996

Language: Bilingual/bilingue

Find in a Library: 38755550

An examination of Franco-American history and life through the folkloric means of artistic woodcarving in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The introduction reads, "This exhibit catalogue is designed to share with the public the vitality and the…

  • Author: Paradis, Roger
  • Author: Olivier, Julien

Date: 1979

Language: Français

Find in a Library: 231785364

Une examination de la vie et l'ouevre de Gilbert Roy, un peintre qui a vécu à Fort Kent, Maine. De l'avant-propos: "Ce livre, on veut qu'il soit le premier parmi plusieurs. La série aura un meme thème: l'art populaire et l'artisanat chez les…

  • Author: Konrad, Victor A.
  • Author: Chaney, Michael

Date: 1982 September

Publication: Journal of Cultural Geography

Volume: 3

Language:

Find in a Library: 43321549

From the authors: "Virtually unique to the upper St. John Valley of Maine, the Madawaska twin barn is a large structure consisting of two parallel sections joined to form an “H.” Although the form has its origin in a restricted barn building…

  • Author: Heylen, Romy

Date: 1994 February

Publication: The French Review

Volume: 67

Language:

Find in a Library: 1238339

Article exploring the development of Cajun ethnic identity through its iterations in modern theatrical performance in Louisiana, in a period of apparent ethnic revival. How Cajun theatre and its use of the French language function in terms of shaping…