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  American architecture timeline
27-year-old Thomas Jefferson begins constructing a mansion on a hilltop in Charlottesville, calling it Monticello ('little mountain')       
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US president John Adams moves into the newly completed White House, named for its light grey limestone       
White House, engraving after H. Brown, 1831
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The Chicago architects Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan set up a partnership       
Frank Lloyd Wright designs low residential buildings, suitable for the plains around Chicago, and calls them Prairie Houses       
US architect Louis Sullivan completes the Schlesinger & Meyer Store (later known as the Carson, Pirie & Scott Store) in Chicago      
Frank Lloyd Wright builds a Unity Temple for the Unitarians in Oak Park, now a suburb of Chicago