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==Sites==
 
==Sites==
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[[Riversdale]], [[Mount Airy]], [[White House]]
  
  
 
==Terms==
 
==Terms==
[[Ha-Ha/Sunk fence]], [[Plantation]]
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[[Arboretum]], [[Arcade]], [[Avenue]], [[Bowling Green]], [[Conservatory]], [[Deer Park]], [[Fall/Falling Garden]], [[Fence]], [[Ha-Ha/Sunk fence]], [[Lawn]], [[Nursery]], [[Park]], [[Plantation]], [[Square]], [[Statue]], [[Sundial]], [[Terrace/Slope]] [[Wall]]
  
 
==Texts==
 
 
Baker, Anthony St. John. ''Mémoires D’un Voyageur Qui Se Repo''. London, 1850. [https://www.zotero.org/groups/54737/items#items/itemKey/7RA9HDJA/q/baker?&_suid=134134188163906811346287724124 view on Zotero]
 
 
==Citations==
 
  
 
==Images==
 
==Images==

Revision as of 16:22, July 22, 2014

Anthony St. John Baker (dates) [introductory paragraph]


Sites

Riversdale, Mount Airy, White House


Terms

Arboretum, Arcade, Avenue, Bowling Green, Conservatory, Deer Park, Fall/Falling Garden, Fence, Ha-Ha/Sunk fence, Lawn, Nursery, Park, Plantation, Square, Statue, Sundial, Terrace/Slope Wall


Images

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History of Early American Landscape Design contributors, "Anthony St. John Baker," History of Early American Landscape Design, , https://heald.nga.gov/mediawiki/index.php?title=Anthony_St._John_Baker&oldid=4126 (accessed August 19, 2022).

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