Sermons in Stone

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Click for availability and more information Sermons in Stone, by Susan Allport

New England and New York have well over 200,000 miles of historic stone walls, and this volume describes their history, technique, and historic significance. The drawings alone are a pleasure to browse. Reading this book will greatly enhance anyone's enjoyment of one of our region's great treasures, by showing them what to look for in the walls themselves, and in their surroundings. At the same time, many readers will gain new insights into our local history.

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