When the King of England presented one of his nobles with land in Wales, a castle and village had to be built to protect the land.
A series of cotton mills were built along a New England river throughout the 1800s, and every step is shown with a beautiful pen-and-ink drawing.
In a combination of descriptive text and detailed ink drawings, Macaulay shows all the systems in place under streets to keep cities moving smoothly.
Over a span of nearly a hundred years, the people of a town in Europe work together to build a cathedral to give glory to God.
Very soon after the pharoah began his reign, he also began his plans for the afterlife—read this book to see how his pyramid grew.
Wonderful, colored line drawings and descriptive text show all the stages in the building of a mosque in the late 1500s.
With text and color paintings, the story of a ship’s building, loss and rediscovery is told, as a typical example of Spanish treasure ships.