Detalles de la obra

The making of urban America
a history of city planning in the United States
Reps, John W.
Pie de imprenta:
Princeton: Princeton University, c1965
Descripción física:
xv, 574 p. il., planos ; 22 x 27 cm.
Contiene: 1. European planning on the eve of american colonization.- 2. The spanish towns of colonial America.- 3. The towns of New France.- 4. Town planning in the tidewater colonies.- 5. New towns in a New England.- 6. New Amsterdam, Philadelphia and towns of the middle colonies.- 7. Colonial towns of Carolina and Georgia.- 8. Pioneer cities of the Ohio valley.- 9. Planning the national capital.- 10. Boulevard baroque and diagonal designs.- 11. Gridiron cities and checkerboard plans.- 12. Cemeteries, parks and suburbs: picturesque planning in the romantic style.- 13. Cities for sale: land speculation in american planning.- 14. Towns by the tracks.- 15. The towns the companies built.- 16. Cities of Zion: the planning of utopian and religious communities.- 17. Minor towns and mutant plans.- 18. Chicago fair and capital city: the rebirth of american urban planning.
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Ubicación física:
711.409 / REP
Tipo de material:
[Material Impreso]