Vanishing landmarks

the trend toward bolshevism
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Laird & Lee, Inc. , Chicago
United States -- Politics and government., United States -- Social condit

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Statementby Leslie M. Shaw ...
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LC ClassificationsHN64 .S552
The Physical Object
Paginationx p., 1 l., 13-252 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6621647M
LC Control Number20000108
OCLC/WorldCa12814585

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Two iconic structures that conjure up memories of a simpler time are the gristmill and the covered bridge. An report from the Georgia Department of Agriculture stated that there were over water-powered mills in the state. Vanishing Landmarks of Georgia spotlights 56 remaining gristmills and 16 covered bridges.

In addition to stunning color photographs of each structure, the guide provides a history of the site and detailed directions, including maps and GPS : Blair. The book is very informative, more so from the fact it covers both the places from long forgotten past as well as those that are vanishing right in front of our eyes.

This book is divided into four parts: Ancient Cities, Forgotten Lands, Shrinking Places and /5. Vanishing Landmarks.

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Presents both the ancient and modern West with beautiful photographs of petroglyphs, neon motel signs, hand-painted business signs, drive-in movie theaters and radio towers--all vanishing landmarks--now endangered because of the Interstate Highway System and its corporate franchises that have eclipsed travel and small business along historic U.S.

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Vanishing Vernacular: Western Landmarks collects Steve Fitch’s important photographic record of iconic imagery in the western United States: hotel neon, drive-in movie theaters, even ancient. Vanishing Vernacular: Western Landmarks is sure to become a modern-day classic, a book that will be all the more revered as America and Americans move farther away from the highways of the past.

That economy and roadside culture are vanishing like endangered species, but Fitch was along for the ride.

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This impressive stock barn at Woodland (it may have been used as a dairy) is one of the largest of its type in this section of South Georgia. Several other smaller barns are scattered on the property but many have been lost over the years. The other two structures depicted are the most important surviving dependencies; my identifications are educated guesses and if I’m .Blackbeard the Pirate.

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