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No. 90-91 (2020): Special Issue - Storied Spaces: Renewing Folkloristic Perspectives on Vernacular Architecture

Notes from the Field: Architecture and Ecumenical Life in Indiana’s Whitewater River Valley, 1800-1860

  • Thomas Carter
April 18, 2021


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