Creating Wooden Villages: Designs for 18 Miniature Buildings

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Stackpole Books, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 111 pages
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Shows how to replicate wooden buildings to create a realistic historic village. With patterns and easy-to-follow instructions, this book describes how to construct miniature buildings such as a Tudor manor house, a Victorian railroad station, a general store, and an Italianate mansion.
 

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Contents

GETTING STARTED
1
VICTORIAN RAILROAD STATION
5
THE FISHERMARTIN HOUSE
17
SAINT PETERS PARISH HALL
27
LAWYERS OFFICE
31
THE ENDING OF CONTROVERSY
33
HOUSE
35
ONEROOM SCHOOLHOUSE
39
THE CAPE ISLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
63
THE HOTTENSTEIN HOUSE
67
ITALIANATE HOUSE
71
THE NEW CASTLE OLD TOWN HALL
75
COOPERS TAVERN
79
PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN BANK BARN
83
THE DELAMETER HOUSE
87
AMERICAN GOTHIC CHALLENGE
91

THE ADAM THOROUGHGOOD HOUSE
43
SURVEYORS OFFICE
47
MANSARD HOUSE
51
GENERAL STORE
55
THE AMSTEL HOUSE
59
DRAWING YOUR OWN BUILDINGS
93
END NOTES
109
LIST OF COLORED PENCILS
111
METRIC CONVERSIONS
113
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Kern was dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Kutztown University.

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