FIFTY STATE CAPITOLS: The Architecture of Representative Government
by Jim Stembridge
Publication Date: July 15, 2019
First Edition ISBN 9780983029205 Publication Date: June 6, 2011
The Second Edition of FIFTY STATE CAPITOLS will be available beginning July 15, 2019.
FIFTY STATE CAPITOLS, Second Edition is the award-winning collection of photographs and descriptions of all fifty state capitols of the United States, 128 pp, 12” x 9”, softbound (smyth-sewn binding with plastic-laminated cover and flaps), 276 color photographs by the author, with glossary, index, references, and a map. Retail price: $29.95
FIFTY STATE CAPITOLS: The Architecture of Representative Government, by Jim Stembridge, published by Coho Publishing of Salem, Oregon, the First Edition, was awarded the 2012 Bronze Medal in the Architecture category by the Independent Publishers Book Awards.
More on the IPPY Award--Architecture is category number 4--is at http://www.independentpublisher.com/article.php?page=1534 .
The SECOND EDITION, published 2019, contains updated photographs, the author's photos of classical structures in Europe (origins of American designs), text re-writes--including descriptions of recent capitol renovations, and a map with the FIFTY STATE CAPITOLS version of a route connecting all fifty state capitols.
To read about Jim's first-edition travel adventures (with dog Ruth) to America's fifty state capitols: go to "Travel Adventures" and click on the attachments for Adventures 2007 and Adventures 2008.
Contact author Jim Stembridge at firstname.lastname@example.org or publisher Hinrich Muller at email@example.com
From the author's Foreword to the Second Edition: "State capitols, designed and built for governments of the 19th and 20th centuries, are well-positioned to be the centers of social and political change to carry the nation successfully through the 21st century and beyond. With this Second Edition, Fifty State Capitols continues its mission of entertaining, informing, and nurturing the people’s faith in representative government."
The Architecture of Representative Government
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