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"Cut in a Georgia Gold Mine, "
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“South Carolina Phosphate Works - Mining Room, Phosphate Mill, Screen, and Crushing of Phosphate” (1880)
“View of the Canal at Augusta, Ga.” (1880)
“Improvement of Charleston Harbor” (1880)
“Ironworks in Tennessee” (1880)
“A Rice-Pounding Room” (1880)
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Kimball, Fiske. Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1966 (original publication 1922): pp 40-44. (An architectural history; also presents a brief commentary on Pennsylvania's "State House," accompanied by an 1830s drawing of the premises.)
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Klisiewicz, Bob. "Photographing the Stone: Privacy and Copyright Issues," AGS Quarterly: Bulletin of the Association For Gravestone Studies, vol. 27, no. 4, Fall 2003, ISSN: 0146-5783. (Discusses copyright issues pertaining to photographing cemetery stones.)
Kloberdanz, Timothy J. “‘Unser Lieber Gottesacker’ (Our Dear God’s Acre): An Iron-Cross Cemetery on the Northern Great Plains,” photos by Bob Pierce, in Markers XXII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2005. (North Dakota, USA)
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