[Architectural History]. Gage, Mary and James.
A Handbook of Stone Structures in Northeastern United States.
Powwow River Books
Octavo, pp. 302. Illustrated with b/w photos and drawings.
A useful field guide to identifying Native American and agricultural stone structures one may encounter on hikes throughout the forest and conservation lands in New England. These include cairns, chambers, standing stones, walls, wells, Manitou stones and other structures. From this guide, one can identify, document, analysize and interpret the structures one sees.
Edition: Revised First edition, in 100 copies
Binding: Glossy B/W Pictorial Cover
Book Id: 16456