American Capitols: An Encyclopedia of the State, National and Territorial Capital Edifices of the United States ebook
by Eldon Hauck
Facts about the edifices themselves are in es of construction, personnel (architects, contractors, others), costs .
Facts about the edifices themselves are in es of construction, personnel (architects, contractors, others), costs, square footage, principal contents and features (. art work, furnishings, interior and exterior finish), annual maintenance and tour information.
Public buildings - United States.
Photography by George F. Mobley and Joseph H. Bailey. Washington: National Geographic Society, 1978. exterior photo of presidential innaguration, title page. Government Printing Office, 1981. interior photo of president's room, p45. interior wide angle photo of dome and rotunda, p43. exterior photo at night, cover. McFarland & Co, June 1991.
state and District of Columbia along with organized territory, exercises its authority.
state and District of Columbia along with organized territory, exercises its authority
Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co. pp. 150–1.
The building consists of two parallel structures connected by the dome-capped rotunda, resembling the letter H, with its long arm parallel to State Street. A long portico wing, added by Notman and subsequently enlarged, extends west from the rotunda toward the Delaware River. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co.
Prior to becoming a territory of the United States in 1898, Hawaii was an independent country. Before joining the United States as the fourteenth state, Vermont was an independent republic known as the Vermont Republic.