|Post-medieval English, sometimes called Tudor style|
|The House of Seven Gables, made famous by|
Nathaniel Hawthorne (Salem, Mass.), dates from
1668 and is the purest example of early
New England Colonial architecture surviving.
|Dutch Colonial style dating from 1658,|
Gloucester County, Virginia
Photo by A. Balet
The French Colonial Maison Berquette-Ribault,
1789, St. Genevieve, Missouri
|The Gonzales-Alvarez House (1727), |
St. Augustine, Florida, is probably the purest
surviving example of the Spanish Colonial style.
|Georgian colonial, Reed Creek Farm, eastern|
|The Federal style, Woodlawn, 1805, William Thorton|