4 edition of Industrial cathedrals of the north = found in the catalog.
Industrial cathedrals of the north =
|Other titles||Cathédrales industrielles du nord|
|Statement||Louie Palu, photos ; Charlie Angus, text ; Marguerite Andersen, translation.|
|Contributions||Angus, Charlie, 1962-|
|LC Classifications||TN27.O52 P35 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||99201158|
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Learn about Author Central Author: Charlie Angus, Louie Palu. Industrial Cathedrals of the North. Headframes dominate the landscape of mining communities in Northeastern Ontario and Northwestern Quebec.
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tagged: add a tag. Please login or register to use this feature. photoessays. Industrial Cathedrals of the North We Lived A Life And Then Some [The] personal perspectives [in the book] give the book a passion often missing in “grounded academic history.” [Angus’] findings are presented in casual prose that will entice the casual reader.
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Industrial cathedrals of the north = Les cathédrales industrielles du nord. [Louie Palu; Charlie Angus]. "Cathedral" is a short story by Raymond Carver that was first published in Winchester Cathedral at Winchester in Hampshire is one of the largest cathedrals in England, with the longest nave and overall length of any Gothic cathedral in Europe.
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John the Divine (Episcopal) in New York City and the cathedrals of Washington, D.C., and Liverpool, England. Robert asks him if he’s religious, and the narrator says he doesn’t believe in anything. He says he can’t describe a cathedral because cathedrals are meaningless for him.
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