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Roots of Home Our Journey to a New Old House

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ISBN-10: 1561588679

ISBN-13: 9781561588671

Edition: 2008

Authors: Russell Versaci, Erik Kvalsvik

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Both an architectural feast and field guide for creating new old houses,Roots of Hometraces the development of today's traditional homes from the earliest colonial styles in a visually stunning journey. Russell Versaci takes you back to the beginning, when our ancestors built homes that reflected their Old World pasts tempered with the New World realities. As they settled new territories, they carried the homes of their forefathers with them like a touchstone. They sowed farms and towns with houses similar to the ones they left behind, but suited to the new climates and materials surrounding them. Each old-house style showcased, though always decidedly American--New England Colonial,…    
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Book details

List price: $45.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Taunton Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/14/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 288
Size: 9.19" wide x 10.88" long x 0.93" tall
Weight: 3.476
Language: English

Sam Antrim Kane was the middle child in his family, with an older sister and a younger sister. In 2004, after a series of family tragedies, Sam started writing a "Family Ministries" letter to help others realize they are not alone. God continues to inspire him to write these letters each month and mail them to over one hundred family and friends. Sam is blessed with a loving wife, five children, and five grandchildren.

Footprints of the Past as Blueprints for the Future
Ten Colonial Cradles of Home
Our Spanish Heritage
Florida Peninsula: St. Augustine Style Texas
Borderlands: Spanish Mission Revival Alta California: Spanish Colonial Revival
Our French Heritage
Mississippi Valley: French Creole Cottage
Gulf Coast: French Colonial Plantation
Our English Heritage
Chesapeake Bay: Maryland Manor House
New England: Connecticut River Valley Colonial
Carolina Low Country: Anglo-Caribbean Plantation
Carolina Low Country: Charleston Single House
Our Continental Heritage: Free Trade, Log Cabins, and Brotherly Love
Delaware Valley: Swedish Log Cabin
Hudson Valley: Dutch Colonial Revival
Delaware Valley: Pennsylvania Dutch Farmhouse
Southwest Borderlands: Texas German Hill Country Ranch Directory of Architects