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Carefully researched and fully documented, Independence chronicles the history of the qcradle of libertyq that is Independence National Historical Park, the historical site most closely connected with the nation's founding. Constance M. Greiff illustrates how the park was shaped by national events and conditions in Philadelphia, change and growth within the National Park Service, and the interpersonal and political struggles among the key people involved in the park's development. She traces the process by which the participants arrived at the ideas underpinning the park's creation and development, conflicting views about the purpose and scope of the park, and the resolution of those conflicts. Published with assistance from the Independence Hall Association, the National Park Service, and the Eastern National Parks and Monument Association.In addition to on g u. examining scraped layers in situ, she now ground up paint from some of the layers so that the ... The result had been a muted palette of aquot; Williamsburgaquot; colors that became enormously popular in interior decorating and anbsp;...

Author: Constance M. Greiff
Publisher:University of Pennsylvania Press - 1987-01-01

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