The most common colonial architecture of the early 20th century is a series of rectangular buildings constructed to house an entire colony.
The buildings are typically built in a traditional colonial style, such as the American Indian style, or with the appearance of a colonial village, which would be the name given to the colonial-style structures.
The structures have been popular with artists, and many have been used for a variety of purposes in architecture, from school, to churches, and to the homes of the wealthy.
Some of these colonial structures have also been used as museums, which is where many of the structures have gone, such a the Colonial Museum of American Architecture, in Baltimore, Maryland, and the Colonial Building Museum, in New York City.
The following video takes a look at some of the colonial architecture in the United States.
The video includes an overview of the history of the building and its history, a timeline of the development of the Colonial Buildings and the structures, and an overview on the architectural elements that were added over time.