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[KP 6/22/15] I've divided "Piazza/Veranda/Porch/Portico" into four separate pages. As of now, they have the same history essay with the exception that there are no double brackets around the word of the given page; for example, "Portico" is placed in double brackets on the "veranda" page, but not on the "portico" page. The texts and images are particular to each key term.
[RA: 7/8/15: I have copy-edited this page.

[TOM 7/7/15]add Watson "From the Piazza looking forward the Pavilion 21st May 1817"

[CT 8/13/15] Jefferson, Thomas, March 1, 1808, describing Mount Vernon, plantation of George Washington, Fairfax County, Va. (quoted in Stein 1993:100), changed to Jefferson, Thomas, March 1, 1808, describing Monticello, Charlottesville, Va.

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