by Edwinna von Baeyer, landscape historian
Want to uncover the history of a landscape or garden? Don't know how or where to begin? Don't know how to research efficiently and effectively? Don't know the best sources to use to find the garden or landscape information you need?
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Whether you are searching in a library or archive, or on the Web, Down the Garden Path: A Guide for Researching the History of a Garden or Landscape will lead you through the process!
Whether you are an individual or a member of an organization, society, or government wishing to document a city, town, regional or national landscape, Down the Garden Path: A Guide for Researching the History of a Garden or Landscape will help you learn the important research techniques you need.
Whether you are researching a private home garden or a city park, Aboriginal hunting grounds or a city subdivision, Down the Garden Path: A Guide for Researching the History of a Garden or Landscape will help you learn where to go and what sources to use and how to design a research plan that will help you fill out the history of your site.
Edwinna von Baeyer has drawn on her 30 years of experience researching and writing landscape histories in writing this guide.
Other books written by Edwinna von Baeyer are also available. Please click here for a full list.
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Last updated 25 March 2017
Contact Edwinna von Baeyer at evbcom AT magma.ca