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- ISBN: 0306712474
- Category: Engineering
- Author: James Gallier
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Da Capo Press (June 21, 1973)
- Pages: 42 pages
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James Gallier (July 24, 1798 – October 3, 1866) was a prominent 19th-century New Orleans architect. He was born James Gallagher in Ravensdale, County Louth, Ireland in 1798.
James Gallier (July 24, 1798 – October 3, 1866) was a prominent 19th-century New Orleans architect. He changed his last name to a French surname when he moved to New Orleans (1834). He worked in England during his early career, designing the Godmanchester Chinese Bridge which crosses a mill stream of the River Great Ouse in 1827, and then working on the redevelopment of the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair
Autobiography of James Gallier, Architect (Architecture and Decorative Art). 0306712474 (ISBN13: 9780306712470).
Autobiography of James Gallier, Architect (Architecture and Decorative Art).
His father, James Gallier was also a New Orleans architect. James Gallier, Junior. graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1848, and the following year he succeeded to his father"s architectural firm. The couple had four daughters. During the Civil War, Gallier served in the Orleans Light Horse Louisiana Cavalry. He died at age 40 just a few years after the Civil War. New Orleans was experiencing a yellow fever epidemic during this period. lieutenant is likely that Gallier succumbed to the disease.
Born in Ireland, James Gallier was one of a group of architects who created the idea of Architectural Practice, with the architect working for the clients, and managing those who actually build the structures that have been designed. His significant works that are National Historic Landmarks include: Gallier Hall on St. Charles Avenue (1851), at Lafayette Square in the Central Business District, which was New Orleans' City Hall for nearly a century
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GALLIER, James, S. architect. Born, Ravensdale, Louth County, Ireland, July 24, 1798; son of Thaddeus and Margaret Taylor Gallier. Educated in local schools; apprenticed in the building trade; studied architectural drawing at School of Fine Arts, Dublin. Married (1) Elizabeth Tyler, 1823, Shropshire, Ireland. Worked briefly in Ireland and England; migrated to New York City, 1832; published American Builder's General Price Book and Estimator (1833)