Front Yard America: The Evolution and Meanings of a Vernacular Domestic Landscape

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Popular Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Gardening - 171 pages
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Throughout Front Yard America, Schroeder inquires into the functions, values, and meanings that Americans have found in the domestic landscapes of back yards and front yards, walls and fences, porches and patios.

  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Part
17
Part Three
31
Part Four
41
Part Five
75
Part
97
Part Seven
103
Part Nine
137
Notes
155
Works Cited
161
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FRED E. H. SCHROEDER is Professor Emeritus of Humanities at University of Minnesota, Duluth. He specializes in popular culture topics.

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