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Nathaniel Dancer

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The first four centuries of American architecture imitated theory and practice learned in Europe. Among the most popular features Americans mimicked were the turrets, towers and crenelations found in large public structures. Many of those buildings still dot the American landscape. Postcards prove it!

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