Built by the Anglicans: Architecture of an 18th Century Community in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Built by the Anglicans: Architecture of an 18th Century Community in Cambridge,

by William D. Moore - 14 pages (softcover), ©1991, $3.00

The history of the wealthy British Anglicans, loyal to the crown at the time of the Revolution, comprises fewer than 50 years. Yet their impressive legacy of lavish architecture even today shapes our conception of the city of Cambridge. William D. Moore introduces the fundamentals of Georgian architecture and examines twelve distinctive buildings.