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The Shingle Style

From the middle to the end of the nineteenth century, the landscape of American domestic architecture was a kaleidoscope of revivals of European historic styles.  Gothic Revival, Italianate, Tuscan Villa, Second Empire, Queen Anne, and even Egyptian Revival houses were being built around the country.  Out of this cacophony a new, uniquely American style emerged: the Shingle Style.

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