Planning the City upon a Hill: Boston Since 1630

Planning the City upon a Hill: Boston Since 1630
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press | pages: 328 | 1992 | ISBN: 0870237802 | File type: CHM | 11,7 mb
An account of Boston's planning history. Nine chapters detail the key developments that shaped each period of Boston's growth, focusing on the post-World War II era. The text describes the process and significance of all the major projects - from the first wharves to the latest skyscrapers.

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