Sermons In Stone


The stone walls of New England and New York

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Written by Susan Allport and illustrated by David Howell

What do we actually know about stone walls? About the people who built them, and why? Stone walls are not simply monuments to the skill of Yankee farmers. The historical record makes clear that many were built by slaves, Indians, indentured servants, and children. Sermons in Stone is the surprising and illuminating history of the walls, a story that begins in the Ice Age and that has been shaped by the fencing dilemmas of the nineteenth century, by conflicts between Native Americans and colonists over land use, by American waves of immigration and suburbanization.

208 Pages

Published by Countryman Press, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-58157-165-8

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 1 in

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