Guide to New York City Landmarks

What is a landmark? A landmark is a building, property, or object that has been
designated by the Landmarks Preservation Commission because it has a special
character or special historical or aesthetic interest or value as part of the ...

Author: Matthew A. Postal

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470289635

Category: Architecture

Page: 451

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The official guide to New York's must-see buildings profiles a host of new landmarks and includes 80 two-color, easy-to-read maps, and more than 200 photographs. This new edition will make every visitor feel like a native--and turn every native into a wide-eyed tourist. Includes a Foreword by Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg.

Pennsylvania Battlefields Military Landmarks

Arthur P. Miller (Jr.), Marjorie Lyman Miller. LANDMARKS OF THE
REVOLUTIONARY WAR Independence National Historical Park 313 Walnut
Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 Landmarks of the Revolutionary War.

Author: Arthur P. Miller (Jr.)

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811728768

Category: History

Page: 208

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From the French and Indian War to the Civil War, Pennsylvania was often the setting for bloody battles and other important military events. This book is a travel guide to these sites and more, outlining what happened at each location, providing visitor information, such as hours, admission fees, directions, and special events.

Landmarks

Author: Andrew Strathern

Publisher: Kent State University Press

ISBN: 9780873384797

Category: Social Science

Page: 194

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Landmarks addresses a wide range of questions relevant to the recent history of anthropology and its importance to contemporary issues. These questions include the significance of anthropology for Third World studies; the debate on whether anthropology is a scientific or a humanistic subject; anthropology as a means of reflecting on ourselves as well as others; and the criticisms of anthropological work that have emerged out of postmodernism. Drawing on his research findings in Papua New guinea since 1964 and his more recent work on the cross-cultural study of medicine, the author examines the extent to which we can achieve understanding between different cultures and the relative merits of approaches that stress indigenous categories or those of the observer. He concludes that the discipline now requires reconstruction rather than deconstruction, and advances the call for holistic models of human behavior which re-conceptualize the relationship between body and mind.

Australian Constitutional Landmarks

That century records many landmark constitutional cases and other controversies
. While the legal aspects of these cases are analysed in constitutional texts, their
other dimensions, especially the political context in which these controversies ...

Author: H. P. Lee

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139450355

Category: Law

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Australian Constitutional Landmarks presents the most significant cases and controversies in the Australian constitutional landscape up to its original publication in 2003. Including the Communist Party case, the dismissal of the Whitlam government, the Free Speech cases, a discussion of the race power, the Lionel Murphy saga, and the Tasmanian Dam case, this book highlights turning points in the shaping of the Australian nation since Federation. Each chapter clearly examines the legal and political context leading to the case or controversy and the impact on later constitutional reform. With contributions by leading constitutional lawyers and judges, as well as two former chief justices, this book will appeal to members of the judiciary, lawyers, political scientists, historians and people with a general interest in Australian politics, government and history.

Dallas Landmarks

Founded in 1972 , Preservation Dallas has a successful history of saving some of
our community's finest landmarks . We work to rescue and protect our city's
heritage through public awareness and education , downtown revitalization ...

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Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9780738558523

Category: History

Page: 127

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Dallas has a reputation as a progressive city--always ready to build something new to replace the old. In the late 19th century, as Dallas became the transportation and commercial center for North Texas, brick and stone edifices supplanted the simple frame structures of the early days. By the 1920s, the city was the financial capital of the region and boasted the tallest building west of the Mississippi. In 1936, Dallas hosted the Texas Centennial Exposition in Fair Park, an ensemble of art deco buildings that is a National Historic Landmark. As business grew, so did the skyline. Today Dallas has a rich collection of historic buildings that chronicle the city's growth and progress.

Georgia s Landmarks Memorials and Legends

Author: Knight, Lucien

Publisher: Pelican Publishing

ISBN: 9781455604814

Category: History

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A comprehensive review of the state's landmarks, memorials, and legends as researched in 1913.

Landmarks in Earth Reinforcement

Landmarks in Earth Reinforcement , - Ochiai et al ( eds ) , © 2003 Swets &
Zeitlinger , Lisse , ISBN 90 265 1863 3 Technical report – Design procedure Dov
Leshchinsky University of Delaware , USA Jorge G. Zornberg University of
Colorado at ...

Author: H. Ochiai

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9789026518638

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1250

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Earth reinforcing techniques are increasingly becoming a useful, powerful and economical solution to various problems encountered in geotechnical engineering practice. Expansion of the experiences and knowledge in this area has succeeded in developing new techniques and their applications to geotechnical engineering problems. In order to discuss the latest experiences and knowledge, and with the purpose of spreading them all over the world for further development, the IS Kyushi conference series on the subject of earth reinforcement have been held in Fukuoka, Japan, every four years since 1988. This fourth symposium, entitled "Landmarks in Earth Reinforcement", is a continuation of the series IS Kyushu conferences, and also aims at being one of the landmarks in the progress of modern earth reinforcement practice. The first volume contains 137 papers selected for the symposium covering almost every aspect of earth reinforcement. The second volume contains texts of the special and keynote lectures.

Landmarks in the German Novel

Peter Hutchinson, Michael Minden. Wolf , Kindheitsmuster ELIZABETH BOA The
ups - and - downs in Wolf ' s reputation as a representative GDR writer contribute
willy - nilly to the landmark status of her work . “ Es geht nicht um Christa Wolf ...

Author: Peter Hutchinson

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 9783039115662

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 164

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The nine essays in this volume deal with major achievements in the German novel since 1959. They range from the very well known, such as Brussig's Helden wie wir, an extravagant treatment of life under the Stasi and the fall of the Berlin Wall, to the much more recondite, such as Hubert Fichte's Detlevs Imitationen «Grünspan», one of the first, and most important, products of the abolition of the discrimination against gays in 1969. What is most surprising about this collection is that, in contrast to the majority of successful novels written in German before 1959, only one of these is by a clearly 'West' German author: Hubert Fichte. There is, by contrast, a surprising number who have their roots in the GDR (Plenzdorf, Wolf, Brussig, Schulze), or in Austria (Bachmann, Bernhard). This is also a period in which women writers emerge powerfully (Bachmann, Wolf, and Özdamar). Virtually all these novels aroused controversy in some quarters at the time of their publication, often for their treatment of semi-taboo, or at least uncomfortable, subject-matter. These essays, all by specialists in the relevant field, were originally delivered as lectures in the University of Cambridge.

Landmarks in Classical Literature

Author: Philip Gaskell

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781579581923

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 227

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Providing the context of time and place as well as discussing the translations,Landmarks in Classical Literaturesurveys the most influential authors of ancient Greece and Rome. Part of the three-book series,Landmarks in European Literature, which presents the major authors of European literature and their works, from ancient times until the 20th century, this volume is designed for general readers and students, looking for additional guidance in their reading or wishing to understand the context in which these fascinating works were written. Helping and encouraging readers to explore and enjoy the European literary heritage, theLandmarks in European Literatureseries includeLandmarks in Continental European Literature,Landmarks in Classical Literature, andLandmarks in English Literature, all of which will prove valuable at any library supporting literary studies.

Georgia s Landmarks Memorials and Legends

Author: Lucian Lamar Knight

Publisher: Pelican Publishing

ISBN: 9781589800007

Category: History

Page: 672

View: 179

Includes DeSoto memorials, Georgia's state seals, and the first steamboat patent.

Landmarks

Overall, we believe that we have provided an appreciation and better
understanding of both the challenges and potential of landmarks in intelligent
geospatial systems. 7.1 What We Know: A Short Summary This book set out to
summarize the ...

Author: Kai-Florian Richter

Publisher: Springer Science & Business

ISBN: 3319057324

Category: Computers

Page: 223

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This book covers the latest research on landmarks in GIS, including practical applications. It addresses perceptual and cognitive aspects of natural and artificial cognitive systems, computational aspects with respect to identifying or selecting landmarks for various purposes, and communication aspects of human-computer interaction for spatial information provision. Concise and organized, the book equips readers to handle complex conceptual aspects of trying to define and formally model these situations. The book provides a thorough review of the cognitive, conceptual, computational and communication aspects of GIS landmarks. This review is unique for comparing concepts across a spectrum of sub-disciplines in the field. Portions of the ideas discussed led to the world’s first commercial navigation service using landmarks selected with cognitive principles. Landmarks: GI Science for Intelligent Services targets practitioners and researchers working in geographic information science, computer science, information science, cognitive science, geography and psychology. Advanced-level students in computer science, geography and psychology will also find this book valuable as a secondary textbook or reference.

Landmarks at Risk

APPENDIX B ENDANGERED NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARKS SYMPOSIUM
OCTOBER 28 , 1987 SUMMARY OF DISCUSSIONS T HE ENDANGERED
LANDMARKS SYMPOSIUM was the first nationwide meeting of preservation ...

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Category: Historic buildings

Page: 24

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National Registry of Natural Landmarks

National Registry of Natural Landmarks SUMMARY : This notice lists all National
natural landmarks currently included on the National Registry of Natural
Landmarks . The listing provides information on each landmarks location , natural
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Category: Government publications

Page: 128

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San Francisco s Lost Landmarks

The Chutes on Haight Street looking east , ca. 1895. - Courtesy of The Bancroft
Library , University of California , Berkeley park , located on the city's transit line
near Golden. SAN FRANCISCO's Lost LANDMARKS The Chutes on Haight
Street.

Author: James R. Smith

Publisher: Quill Driver Books

ISBN: 9781884995446

Category: History

Page: 236

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People who recall San Francisco's prior days bemoan that it just isn't the same... and they're right. San Francisco will always remain one of the world's great cities, but yesterday's San Francisco, with it's personalized style and charm, had no rival. With long-forgotten stories and evocative photographs, San Francisco's Lost Landmarks showcases the once-familiar sites that have faded into dim memories and hazy legends. Not just a list of places, facts, and dates, this pictorial history shows why San Francisco has been a legendary travel destination and one of the world's premier places to live and work for more than one hundred and fifty years. It not only tells of the lost landmarks, but also dishes up the flavor of what it was like to experience these past treasures.

Damaged and Threatened National Historic Landmarks

The second step is to determine if , or to what degree , the Landmark's integrity
has been jeopardized and what the precise nature of the threat or damage is .
Materials , workmanship , design , setting , location , feeling , and association
each ...

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Category: Historic buildings

Page:

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Landmarks of New Orleans

INTRODUCTION In 1974 , the Orleans Parish Landmarks Commission
publication gives the following account of the origins and published a book ,
Notable New Orleans Landmarks - A membership of the commission : Pictorial
Record of the ...

Author: Leonard V. Huber

Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781879714014

Category: Architecture

Page: 172

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This attractive volume presents a brief history and photographs of more than 250 notable structures and sites throughout New Orleans. Complete with maps identifying where each structure is located, this significant resource is organized by neighborhood and includes French Quarter townhouses, plantation homes on Bayou St. John, Garden District mansions, notable churches, distinctive warehouses, banks, and schoolhouses.

San Francisco Landmarks

In this volume, San Francisco Landmarks, vintage photographs and captions
describe San Francisco's evolution into one of America's most historic and
captivating cities. Landmarks are the best elements of a city's urban fabric, and
each one ...

Author: Catherine Accardi

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738595802

Category: Architecture

Page: 127

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San Francisco is one of the most recognized and beloved cities in the United States, brilliantly illustrated through a visual history of 493 designated local, state, and national landmarks. San Francisco's attributes speak to us through stunning topography, the arts, and a unique array of architectural styles. The city inherited the imprint left by the Spanish with Mission Dolores, by the Gold Rush with Jackson Square, and by 20th-century entrepreneurs with the Bank of Italy. The period from the 1920s to 1950s brought a growing cosmopolitan metropolis with such landmarks as the Mark Hopkins Hotel and the Golden Gate Bridge. Residents and visitors want to know why there is a monument in the neighborhood park and why the delightful Victorians next door have a historic plaque by their front steps. Each landmark embodies the characteristics of the surrounding community and the history of the "City by the Bay."

America s Natural Landmarks

Landmarks. Landmarks are special places . They are big and easy to see . They
can help people find their way . If you see a landmark, it may help you figure out
where you are in your town, state, or country . Landmarks are each important in ...

Author: Jennifer Overend Prior

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

ISBN: 1433373718

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Introduce students to some of America's most famous natural landmarks! Students will learn about unique and beautiful places like Glacier Bay, Kilauea, Mesa Arch, Sequoia National Park, and more. Readers will also learn the importance of remembering the past and preserving these landmarks. Colorful images, supporting text, a glossary, table of contents, and index all work together to engage readers and help them better understand the content. This informative, colorful book uses primary sources to captivate readers as they learn social studies topics.

Landmarks

... on intimacy and connection. But affirmation based on performance easily
becomes a nightmare. Our craving for validation becomes frustrated by failure or
momentarily satisfied by success. Either way the trap is set.We 90 LANdMARKS.

Author: Bill Delvaux

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 1433679221

Category: Religion

Page: 190

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A fresh new voice in contemplative Christian writing sets out nine spiritual markers -- letting go of idols, overcoming scars, grasping your identity, etc. -- that we must encounter if we are to truly come alive.

Landmarks

... or Landmarks, a collection of essays published in Moscow in 1909, during
another time of intellectual crisis. Why did some of the leading intellectuals in
Russia feel the need for a new way of thinking in 1909? The informative
introduction to ...

Author: Nikolaĭ Berdi︠a︡ev

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN: 9781563243905

Category: Intellectuals

Page: 187

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A collection of essays first published in Moscow in 1909. Writing from various points of view, the authors reflect the diverse experiences of Russia's failed 1905 revolution. Condemned by Lenin and rediscoverd by dissidents, this translation has relevance for discussions on contemporary Russia.