Building a house in new France: an account of the perplexities of client and craftsmen in early Canada

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McClelland and Stewart, 1977 - Architecture - 144 pages
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This unconventional account of early French Canada describes the social background of popular architecture and shows how the evolution of the Canadiens was mirrored in the houses they built.

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Preface W J Eccles7
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The Canadien Farmhouse22

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