Early Stone Houses of Kentucky
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""Two exquisite titles that reflect the unique native treasures found in the commonwealth." –Lexington Herald-Leader, referring to both Rare Wildflowers of Kentucky and Early Stone Houses of Kentucky"
"The unique architectural studies of these structures brings to light the fascinating history of the builders, architects and citizens that left their enduring mark on Kentucky's landscape." —Linda Hinchcliffe, Chevy Chaser Magazine"
"The book serves many capacities: genealogical guide, art book, anthropological tome, and construction manual." —Scott Coffman, Courier-journal.com"
"Carolyn Murray-Wooley explains in vivid detail the early architecture of these grand homes and examines the lives of the families who lived in and built them." —Laura Kellersberger, Kentucky Monthly"
"[Murray-Wooley] examines plans and decorative detailing of one- and two-story houses erected by Scotch-Irish Presbyterians, who were among the most numerous of the early ethnic groups in Kentucky." —Carl Lousbury, Journal of Southern History"—
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