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The best single volume on nineteenth-century park development, and no existing work describes the origins and evolution of the naturalistic vision as capably as The New Urban Landscape. Moreover, Schuyler handles his subject with admirable economy and grace.
An important contribution to our understanding of a design perspective that fostered a strong American heritage of urban parks and suburban spaces.
|Johns Hopkins University Press|
|New Studies in American Intellectual and Cultural History|
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