Until Jamestown was established, nothing in America grew taller than the native forests, grasses, and mountains. Beginning in 1620, the settlers who plowed the indigenous sod also dotted the virgin landscapes with towering, stately structures, the likes of which had never before been seen on the continent. This photo/essay treatment of barns in America is arranged by the five distinct roof styles that have largely come to define American barns, presenting six 20-page spreads detailing the Dutch, bank, crib, round, and ...

Barns: Styles & Structures 2003, Motorbooks International, Saint Paul, MN

ISBN-13: 9780760316085

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