S....I really enjoyed this article. You have a real talent...and it shows...k
Great article Steve. Congrats from your favourite Loyalist.
Congratulations on the post, Steve. Coming right over to say hi.
Congratulations Steve I'm on my way over for a look!Enjoy your day!XXDebra~
How exciting Steve - congratulations!I will go now! :)xo Terri
The loyalist angle deserves more exposure.
Great article, Steve. I didn't know that Greek Revival took hold after the revolution and why until I read your post. Super, as one would expect from the Urban Cottage. Congrats! PS I didn't see a place to comment over there. Maybe I missed it?
Hi Steve,I had a wonderful history lesson today about one of my favorite things-houses! Really interesting how people then used their homes to proclaim their political ties. Today it's all over the web, facebook, twitter, emails...I prefer the house method! Makes more of a statement!am
That was a great post!You are just crazy smart about Colonial and Greek Revival architecture!You make me want to research my own home...I know it was built in 1918, could it be a "Shotgun" if it has 2 stories?Hmmm....Once again, GREAT post!
Nice post, Steve. And,interesting.
Congrats Steve- really great article!!j.
Congratulations. This is s great article and you (I have known this ever since reading your blog and forgive me for proclaiming it only now) are a GRRReat teacher. Truly. We all learn with each of your observances, tutorials, demos, suggestions. Thanks for the information about Patriot's Day laced together with architectural facts. A delight.Linda
Loved your NE Home post. And as always your walking tours of Cambridge. Perhaps I need to get out of my house and do the same down here on old Cape Cod... Or you need to take a field trip and do it for me? lol
Nice little article, Steve. Love that green Greek Revival--that's not a color you see very often.
Good update really liked it.