7 edition of Lighthouses of America found in the catalog.
Lighthouses of America
RH Value Publishing
July 27, 1991
Written in English
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Hundreds of lighthouses still stand on the shores of North America. Each has its own unique story, but they all come together to tell one historic and heroic tale of a well preserved wrinkle in time.
Complete with beautiful photography, this book will guide you on a journey to discover where to find more than of these beacons in Canada and Brand: Metro Books. A tour of more than 70 of the continent's most beautiful and important lighthouses.
Lighthouses of North America is a beautiful tribute to 71 lighthouses in the United States and Canada. The selection covers the full range of lighthouse architectural styles and represents all regions of the continent.
The book opens with a brief but fascinating /5(15). 10 rows This is a list of lighthouses in the United United States has had. Some of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world can be found in America, from the coasts of California to the shores of Mississippi.
Let these lighthouse photos inspire you to take a trip around the country, so you can experience the scenic beauty and historical significance for Author: Elizabeth Finkelstein. Lighthouses of America, produced in association with the United States Lighthouse Society, is the next best thing to a tour of the real things.
Not only do the stunning photographs transport you instantly to the harbors, bluffs, cliffs, and dunes of America’s coastlines, the accompanying narratives reveal the year history of these iconic. Price includes S&H Lighthouses of America, published in association with the U.S.
Lighthouse Society, is a beautiful page, hardcover book featuring stunning photographs of lighthouses across the country taken by Society photographers.
Through gorgeous photography, this spectacular collection of America's most iconic and stunning lighthouses celebrates these. MWSA Review Lighthouses of America is a splendid and diverse pictorial collection of the American castles guarding our coasts.
In addition to nearly breathtaking photographs, Tom Beard (Editor-in-Chief) and Tom Thompson (Graphics Editor), in conjunction with the United States Lighthouse Society, accomplished a masterful job compiling a treasure trove of /5.
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