American Log Homes

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Gibbs-Smith, 1986 - House & Home - 194 pages
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Today log homes enjoy a new wave of popularity, and this book picks up on this trend. First published in hardcover 1986, it has sold more than 50,000 copies. Now in an affordable paperback edition with updated lists of designers and builders, it is a valuable resource for anyone interested in owning a log home. 214 photographs and 24 houseplans.

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User Review  - Ron - Goodreads

Mountain living at it's best. A nice look at the ingenious log building technique. Lots of inspiration examples from Abe Lincoln's boyhood home to modern resorts. Read full review

Review: American Log Homes

User Review  - Goodreads

Mountain living at it's best. A nice look at the ingenious log building technique. Lots of inspiration examples from Abe Lincoln's boyhood home to modern resorts. Read full review

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Thiede has spent the last seventeen years photographing and writing about log-home architecture in the United States.

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