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Edited by Jeffrey I. Richman
Green-Wood is a Revolutionary War battlefield, a landscape design pioneer, and a final resting place for 560,000 men and women, many of whom changed America. To celebrate the 175th anniversary of Green-Wood’s founding, this book boasts essays from experts in the field of preservation, history, sculpture, architecture, landscape, and much more – all contributing their unique perspectives on what makes Green-Wood such a special place. Rich in imagery, with 200 illustrations and photographic essays on Green-Wood’s mausoleums and monuments, this book celebrates Green-Wood’s remarkable story and its 175 years of eminence as a multifaceted cultural institution.