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Kitchens, Smokehouses, and Privies: Outbuildings and the Architecture of Daily Life in Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic.
Olmert, Michael.
Kitchens, Smokehouses, and Privies: Outbuildings and the Architecture of Daily Life in Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic.
Explores many small outbuildings that can be found at obscure rural farmsteads throughout the Tidewater and greater mid-Atlantic, from Williamsburg and Annapolis, to Mount Vernon and Monticello. These structures were designed to perform a single task: cooking food; washing clothes; smoking meat; storing last winter's ice; keeping milk, cheese, and cream fresh.

Category: Architecture, History & Theory
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 286 pp
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Year: 2009.
Publication Place: Ithaca,
ISBN: 9780801447914
Book Id: 80922

Price: $27.95
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