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by Blanche Linden
with color photography by Richard Cheek
and black-and-white photography by Carol Betsch
Originally published in 1989, Silent City On A Hill: Picturesque Landscapes of Memory and Boston's Mount Auburn Cemetery is the definitive book on the history of Mount Auburn Cemetery and the beginnings of the American rural cemetery movement. This new edition, published by the Library of American Landscape History and University of Massachusetts Press in 2007, has been updated by the author with a new epilogue carrying Mount Auburn's story forward into the 21st century.
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Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press / Library of American Landscape History (2007)
Paperback: 373 pages