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Rural Architecture by Lewis Falley Allen

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Rural Architecture
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: 1434674487
Number of pages: 255

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Rural Architecture: being a complete description of farm houses, cottages, and out buildings, comprising wood houses, workshops, tool houses, carriage and wagon houses, stables, smoke and ash houses, ice houses, apiary or bee house, poultry houses, rabbitry, dovecote, piggery, barns and sheds for cattle, together with lawns, pleasure grounds and parks; the flower, fruit and vegetable garden. Also, useful and ornamental domestic animals for the country resident, also, the best method of conducting water into cattle yards and houses.

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