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Bermuda's Architectural Heritage: Hamilton Parish

Bermuda's Architectural Heritage: Hamilton Parish Author: Diana Chudleigh Editor: David L. White Published by: The Bermuda National Trust, 2002 Pages: 230 Illustrations: Black & white photos & illustrations Covers: Cloth covered collectors' edition with dust cover and laminated edition Dimensions: 8.75" x 11.25" The fourth volume in the Trust’s Bermuda's Architectural Heritage series, by author Diana Chudleigh, provides a detailed account of the buildings and people of Hamilton Parish dating back to the late 17th century. From Flatts, around the north shore of Harrington Sound to Tucker's Town, Hamilton Parish describes some excellent examples of early Bermudian architecture. Many other aspects of Bermuda’s history are explored as well, including shipbuilding, governmental matters, and even a close look into the lives of our Bermudian ancestors.