Buildings of the United States is a state-by-state documentation of important buildings across the U.S. written by leading local and national scholars, and published by SHA with 18 volumes that have been published since 1993. The new one, "Buildings in Vermont" focuses on Vermont’s rich architectural history, written by Glenn M. Andres and Curtis B. Johnson. It traces Vermont’s building styles and types begun with traditions from colonial and early federal New England and New York and enriched by the
contributions of immigrants from Scotland, English and French Canada, Ireland, Italy, Scandanavia and Eastern Europe. It covers buildings ranging from some of America’s finest Federal and Greek Revival meetinghouses, early Gothic Revival churches, Victorian inns, Italianate and panel brick business rows, wood-framed general stores, robber-baron estates, hippie houses, as well as early water-powered mills, railroad and factory complexes, roadside cabins, ski resorts and more. Works by Ammi B. Young, Richard Upjohn, Henry Hobson Richardson, McKim, Mead and White, Jens Larson, Peter Eisenman and noteworthy regional and local architects and builders are included.