Kentucky Folk Architecture

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University Press of Kentucky, Jan 1, 1976 - Architecture - 104 pages
" A concise and amply illustrated introduction to Kentucky folk structures--log cabins, houses, cribs, and barns--that should be treasured as irreplaceable expressions of the cultural values of the Commonwealth's past.

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A brief, highly basic introduction, covering only rural house types and barn types. A bit outdated in analysis because it was first published in the mid-1970s, though the photographs of now-lost ... Read full review

Contents

Folk Houses
8
Construction Aspects
41
Barns and Cribs
52
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Montell is Emeritus Professor of Folk Studies at Western Kentucky University.

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