3 edition of Early American homes for today found in the catalog.
|Statement||C.E. Tuttle Co.|
|Publishers||C.E. Tuttle Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Spanish, African, Native American, Creole, and other heritages combined to create a unique blend of housing styles in America's French colonies, particularly in New Orleans, the Mississippi Valley, and the Atlantic coastal Tidewater region.
Both state and federal government buildings throughout the land adopted this type of architecture. The Usonian appealed to the do-it-yourselfer. And even children living with two parents are more likely to be experiencing a variety of family arrangements due to increases in divorce, and cohabitation.
Today's log homes are often spacious and elegant, but in Colonial America, log cabins reflected the hardships of life on the North American frontier. 0 Ultimately, early colonial homes in the United States were vernacular—that is, local, domestic, pragmatic architecture built with native construction materials.
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Business leaders amassed enormous wealth and built palatial elaborate homes. After several months of negotiating with no progress they stopped communicating. For the purposes of this report, same-sex couples are grouped with other-sex couples. The early type of dwelling in was the "board house", a small one-room cottage constructed of pit-sawn softwood boards, typically with a thatched roof.
The average age at first birth among blacks and Hispanics is quite a bit younger — 24 years — driven in part by the in these groups.
Stone was plentiful, and the German colonists constructed sturdy homes with thick walls, exposed timbering, and hand-hewn beams.
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