Early American

American Colonial architecture

A term usually applied to colonial buildings constructed in America by English immigrants to the New World; often classified according to region in America.
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His calculations had been just, and he had wandered about the rotunda for only ten minutes, looking again at the paintings, commemorative of the national annals, which occupy its lower spaces, and at the simulated sculptures, so touchingly characteristic of early American taste, which adorn its upper reaches, when the charming women he had been counting on presented themselves in charge of a licensed guide.
Christian Imperialism: Converting the World in the Early American Republic.
Michael Ziser, Environmental Practice and Early American Literature (New York: Cambridge UP, 2013), 224 pp.
Critique: A collaboration by academicians Oliver Scheiding (Professor of Early American Literature, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany) and Martin Seidl (Research Assistant, Obama Institute for American Studies, Johannes Gutenbrg University, Mainz, Germany), "Worlding America: A Transnational Anthology of Short Narratives before 1800" is an impressive compendium of meticulous scholarship that makes a seminal and important contribution to the diverse nature of early American literature that is truly extraordinary and highly recommended for academic library American Literature reference collections and American Literary Studies supplemental reading lists.
Medical Encounters: Knowledge and Identity in Early American Literatures
As we might expect, studies have paid close attention to change over time in the early American period, delineating settler societies from established colonies and the colonial world from the Revolution and the early Republic.
GRAFTON -- The Willard House and Clock Museum will host "Keeping Time: Musical Clocks of Early America 1730-1830,'' an unprecedented exhibit of nearly three-dozen early American musical and chiming clocks, from Oct.
Gardner, Jared, The Rise and Fall of Early American Magazine Culture, University of Illinois Press, Urbana, IL, 2012, ISBN 9 7802 52036705, xi+203 pp.
America's Historical Newspapers, including Early American Newspapers Series 1 and 2, 1690-1900 and Selected Titles from Series 3, 4, and 5, 1783-1922.
sharing research/grant-writing opportunities and calls for proposals related to early American music; and (iii.
The early American pie crusts, like the Roman pies, were not intended for consumption as they were only designed to hold the filling while baking.

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