To Build in a New Land: Ethnic Landscapes in North America
Allen G. Noble
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992 - 472 páginas
Lavishly illustrated with historical photographs, maps, and architectural drawings, To Build in a New Land includes chapters on Ukrainian pioneer landscapes in western Canada, Cajun farmsteads in Louisiana, Czech settlements in South Dakota, Danish homes in Iowa and Minnesota, vernacular architecture of the German-Russian Mennonites of southeastern Manitoba, Afro-American housing in the southeastern United States, and the regional variations of Irish, English, and Scottish construction in Ontario.
... living in Augusta Township in 1848 were determined from the census for that year . In all , ten masons were found . One was Scottish , four were Irish , three were English , and two were born in Upper Canada . Thus , if any ethnic ...
... Canada . However , their heaviest regional concentrations are in the upper Midwest , where the best surviving examples of their folk building tradition can be found . The first group of Norwegian immigrants coming to the Midwest settled ...
Acadians in Maritime Canada
The Irish English and Scots in Ontario
Germans in Ohio
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