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Cities and Economic Development: From the Dawn of History to the Present
"A hefty history, from the Neolithic onward. It's ambitious in scope and rich in subject, detailing urbanization and, of course, the links between cities and economies. Scholarly, accessible, andExpand
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Nature's Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West
An American frontier study, focusing on the fastest growing city of 19th-century America - Chicago. It shows the land as it was when inhabited by Indians and a few white settlers, and the frenzy ofExpand
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The Nature and Art of Workmanship
This is one of the classic books on craftsmanship and design. In it, David Pye explores the meaning of skill and its relationship to design and manufacture. Cutting through a century of fuzzyExpand
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Philosophy of structures
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Sanitation Strategy for a Lakefront Metropolis: The Case of Chicago
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Paris: A Century of Change, 1878-1978
This is a very reasonable book that should be read. The following may offer you the way to get this book. It is actually ease. When the other people must walk around and go outside to get the book inExpand
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The First Reinforced-Concrete Skyscraper: The Ingalls Building in Cincinnati and Its Place in Structural History
Among the major pioneer works of reinforced-concrete construction, the Ingalls Building (now the Transit Building) in Cincinnati possesses a special importance. A skyscraper according to theExpand
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American Space: The Centennial Years, 1865-1876
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