The Study of the Historical Development of Domestic Architecture in Canterbury, New Zealand
The building of the Maori displaced by European designs, methods of construction introduced by the French and British settlements and the influences resulting in the subsequent development of domestic architecture.
SubjectsArchitecture, Domestic -- New Zealand -- Canterbury.
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