State House of Annapolis

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State House of Annapolis

By: Morris L. Radoff

Hall of Records Commission, Department of General Services, 1972

The State House is the oldest state capitol still in continuous legislative use. Construction of the State House, which was designed by Joseph Horatio Anderson, was begun in 1772, delayed by the outbreak of the American Revolution, and completed in 1779. It was the oldest and largest wooden dome of its kind in the United States. casebound, illustrations, 128 pp.

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