Bermuda's Architectural Heritage: Hamilton Town and City

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Bermuda's Architectural Heritage: Hamilton Town and City
Author: David L White OBE
Editor: Amanda Outerbridge
Published by: Bermuda National Trust, 2015
Pages: 321
Illustrations: Black and white photos and drawings
Cover: Laminated edition with dust jacket
Dimensions: 8.75” x 11.25”
The seventh in the Trust's Architectural Heritage series, the book is packed full of information and fascinating illustrations of Hamilton, both present and what we have lost. Written by the late David L White, it covers Hamilton buildings, governance, merchants and residents and has benefited from the increasing expertise of our researchers, the rich information saved in Bermuda's record repositories and the wonderful old images available. It does not just cover Front Street - back of town areas from Brooklyn east to Angle and Union streets are included, with information ranging from the governors after whom some of the streets were named, through the black gentry families who lived on Princess and Court streets, down to some of the humblest inhabitants.

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Bermuda's Architectural Heritage: Hamilton Town and City

Author: David L White OBE

Editor: Amanda Outerbridge

Published by: Bermuda National Trust, 2015

Pages: 321

Illustrations: Black and white photos and drawings

Cover: Laminated edition with dust jacket

Dimensions: 8.75” x 11.25”

The seventh in the Trust's Architectural Heritage series, the book is packed full of information and fascinating illustrations of Hamilton, both present and what we have lost. Written by the late David L White, it covers Hamilton buildings, governance, merchants and residents and has benefited from the increasing expertise of our researchers, the rich information saved in Bermuda's record repositories and the wonderful old images available. It does not just cover Front Street - back of town areas from Brooklyn east to Angle and Union streets are included, with information ranging from the governors after whom some of the streets were named, through the black gentry families who lived on Princess and Court streets, down to some of the humblest inhabitants.

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