Annotated Bib Revision 5

Nelson, Louis P. “The Architectures of Black Identity: Buildings, Slavery, and Freedom in the Caribbean and the American South.” Winterthur Portfolio, vol. 45, no. 2, Summer, pp. 177-193.

In this article, Louis Nelson takes a major focus on the historic architecture in Jamaica that relates to African American culture and architecture. Louis uses many pictures in the article to visually prove to us the resemblance. He shows us how many of the architects are built and how they are similar to other culture but African American culture relates to it the most. The picture below came from this article, which shows a house from Jamaica that correlated to African American culture and architects.  He also gave many examples to prove his theory. This article helps me make many connections to the Parting Ways article because of the resemblance that both articles found in architects from African American cultures.

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