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Cole Digges house [electronic resource] : a historic structure report / written by Edward A. Chappell ; analysis and recording by Mark R. Wenger, Willie Graham, and Edward A. Chappell ; produced by Peter B. Sandbeck ; prepared for National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park
Bib ID 4671768
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Chappell, Edward A
 
Online Access
Description [Williamsburg, Va.] : Architectural Research Dept., Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 2004 
65, 21 leaves : ill., plans ; 28 cm. 
Technical Details

Mode of access: Internet from the NPS web site. Address as of 07/27/09: http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online%5Fbooks/cole-digges/index.htm ; curent access is available via PURL. 

Incomplete contents Appendix 1. The Thomas Pate House and Lot 42 in Yorktown / by Charles E. Hatch. 
Notes

Title from title screen (viewed July 27, 2009).

"Formerly known as the Thomas Pate House."

"July 2003; revised June 2004."

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Cole Digges House (Yorktown, Va.)  |  Architecture, Domestic -- Virginia -- Yorktown.  |  Architecture, Domestic -- Conservation and restoration -- Virginia -- Yorktown.  |  Yorktown (Va.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.  |  Colonial National Historical Park (Va.)
Other authors/contributors Wenger, Mark R  |  Graham, Willie  |  Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Architectural Research Department  |  United States. National Park Service
Govt. Doc. Number I 29.88:C 67 
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245 1 0 |aCole Digges house|h[electronic resource] :|ba historic structure report /|cwritten by Edward A. Chappell ; analysis and recording by Mark R. Wenger, Willie Graham, and Edward A. Chappell ; produced by Peter B. Sandbeck ; prepared for National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park.
260 |a[Williamsburg, Va.] :|bArchitectural Research Dept., Colonial Williamsburg Foundation,|c2004.
300 |a65, 21 leaves :|bill., plans ;|c28 cm.
500 |aTitle from title screen (viewed July 27, 2009).
500 |a"Formerly known as the Thomas Pate House."
500 |a"July 2003; revised June 2004."
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 1 |aAppendix 1. The Thomas Pate House and Lot 42 in Yorktown / by Charles E. Hatch.
538 |aMode of access: Internet from the NPS web site. Address as of 07/27/09: http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online%5Fbooks/cole-digges/index.htm ; curent access is available via PURL.
610 2 0 |aCole Digges House (Yorktown, Va.)
650 0 |aArchitecture, Domestic|zVirginia|zYorktown.
650 0 |aArchitecture, Domestic|xConservation and restoration|zVirginia|zYorktown.
651 0 |aYorktown (Va.)|xBuildings, structures, etc.
651 0 |aColonial National Historical Park (Va.)
700 1 |aWenger, Mark R.
700 1 |aGraham, Willie.
710 2 |aColonial Williamsburg Foundation.|bArchitectural Research Department
710 1 |aUnited States.|bNational Park Service.
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