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Georgian & Federal
map  
Williamsburg, Virginia
Williamsburg aerial
College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA  c.1700  Sir Christopher Wren (probably)
College of William & Mary, Wren Building plan
College of William & Mary, map
The Brafferton Building,  1723 The 1693 charter of the College of William and Mary stipulated that it educate Native Ameri...
The entrance gate pillars have the lion of England and the unicorn of Scotland carved in imported Portland stone. The comp...
George Wythe House, by  Richard Taliaferro? (c.1750) Georgian Williamsburg  <ul><li>Common Georgian Features </li></ul><ul...
Mount Pleasant Mansion, (1761) Fairmont Park.
Mount Pleasant. Most elaborate Georgian style Mansion in the colonies.  Note: high basement, central pavilion, elaborate w...
British Georgian
Independence Hall (c.1730)
Northwold, Norfolk, VA c.1760
Derby House, Salem , MA (1762) Georgian
Georgian Style  1720 – 1780 <ul><li>Late-Georgian = Federal Style   1780 – c.1830 </li></ul>Key difference aside from date...
FEDERAL (late-Georgian), “Characterized by balance and symmetry, lightness, and delicacy.”
Congress Hall (1787, next to Independence Hall, c.1730).
Misc. Federal Style houses on Delancy Street
Federal Style furniture
Georgian/Federal Revival on City Avenue
Georgian Revival KFC
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    1. 1. Georgian & Federal
    2. 2. map  
    3. 3. Williamsburg, Virginia
    4. 4. Williamsburg aerial
    5. 5. College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA c.1700 Sir Christopher Wren (probably)
    6. 6. College of William & Mary, Wren Building plan
    7. 7. College of William & Mary, map
    8. 8. The Brafferton Building, 1723 The 1693 charter of the College of William and Mary stipulated that it educate Native Americans for the church as clergymen or missionaries.
    9. 9. The entrance gate pillars have the lion of England and the unicorn of Scotland carved in imported Portland stone. The complex is surrounded by a brick wall. The roof with dormers, a deck with a balustrade, and a high cupola.
    10. 10. George Wythe House, by Richard Taliaferro? (c.1750) Georgian Williamsburg <ul><li>Common Georgian Features </li></ul><ul><li>symmetrical </li></ul><ul><li>central entrance </li></ul><ul><li>rectangular windows </li></ul><ul><li>two chimneys </li></ul><ul><li>hipped roof </li></ul><ul><li>dormer windows </li></ul><ul><li>half-floor below ground </li></ul><ul><li>string course between floors </li></ul>
    11. 11. Mount Pleasant Mansion, (1761) Fairmont Park.
    12. 12. Mount Pleasant. Most elaborate Georgian style Mansion in the colonies. Note: high basement, central pavilion, elaborate window heads, balustrade, quoins, brick covered in stucco to resemble stone.
    13. 13. British Georgian
    14. 14. Independence Hall (c.1730)
    15. 15. Northwold, Norfolk, VA c.1760
    16. 16. Derby House, Salem , MA (1762) Georgian
    17. 17. Georgian Style 1720 – 1780 <ul><li>Late-Georgian = Federal Style 1780 – c.1830 </li></ul>Key difference aside from dates: Federal style ornamentation is more delicate/more refined
    18. 18. FEDERAL (late-Georgian), “Characterized by balance and symmetry, lightness, and delicacy.”
    19. 19. Congress Hall (1787, next to Independence Hall, c.1730).
    20. 20. Misc. Federal Style houses on Delancy Street
    21. 21. Federal Style furniture
    22. 22. Georgian/Federal Revival on City Avenue
    23. 23. Georgian Revival KFC
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