Tate House : Crown of the Maine Mast Trade.

By: BARRY, William David, and Frances W. PEABODY.

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BARRY, William David, and Frances W. PEABODY. Tate House : Crown of the Maine Mast Trade. Portland : National Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State of Maine, 1982. Pp [i]-xii,[1]-116, frontis + 10 pp plates + 2 folding maps. Index. 8vo, red cloth, gilt logo to front board, gilt letteringto spine. This edition consists of 750 numbered copies bound in cloth and 2,250 unnumbered copies bound in paper. “This comprehensive account of one of Maine's finest examples of colonial architecture achieves a dual purposeof placing the house in the context of the time and family which created i t as well as tracing its nineteenth- and twentieth-century history.” (from the Foreword). Contents : 1. Colonial Falmouth, Stroudwater Landing, and the Mast Trade. 2. Captain George Tate, Sr.: Merchant and Mast Agent. 3. House and Home Life. 4. Revolution, Recovery, and Ruin. 5. Twilight and Heritage at Stroudwater. Appendices. Very good in dustjacket. One of 750 cloth copies, although unnumbered. 28.00

Title: Tate House : Crown of the Maine Mast Trade.

Author Name: BARRY, William David, and Frances W. PEABODY.

Categories: 79,

Publisher: National Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State of Maine, Portland, Maine , 1982,:

Seller ID: 98357

Keywords: NAUTICAL MAINE SHIPBUILDING ARCHITECTURE UNITED STATES TIMBER ARCHITECTURAL,