In Limestone Country
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In Limestone Country

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From a patch of land in southern Indiana has come the stone for many of the country's most famous buildings, including the Washington Cathedral, the Pentagon, the Empire State Building, and Chicago's Tribune Tower. If you live anywhere within the lower forty-eight states you probably live within walking distance of library, bank, monument, church, house or skyscraper built...more
Paperback, 188 pages
Published October 29th 1991 by Beacon Press
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Anyone who can make a book about limestone in Indiana interesting is a genius. Sanders is the master of the meaning of "place" in our lives.
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Scott Russell Sanders is an American novelist and essayist.
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