Russell Versaci - Architecture - 2003 - 218 pages
Through hundreds of inspiring photos and engaging text, the author describes what gives traditional homes their enduring appeal, and illustrates the creative work of builders ...
Brooke Hindle - House & Home - 1981 - 394 pages
A collection of ten essays examine the influence of wood technology upon development of America's material environment in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Roy Underhill - Crafts & Hobbies - 1983 - 189 pages
Describes the traditional American techniques of woodworking and explains the use of saws, axes, planes, augers, and other woodworking tools
Charles E. Martin - History - 1993 - 132 pages
"The Appalachian community of Hollybush, first settled in 1881, grew to a population of some 150 people on thirty farm sites. Charles Martin shows that its abandonment in 1960 ...