The Farmer His Own Builder: A Guide and Reference Book for the Construction of Dwellings, Barns and Other Farm Buildings, Together with Their Utilities, Describing Reliable Methods, Offering Practical Suggestions, Presenting Numerous Details and Formulas, and Explaining Simple Rules for Estimating the Labor and Materials Required. With Special Reference to Concrete and Carpentry
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