Part II continues with a discussion of aquot;The Dwelling House, aquot; aquot;Early Mills and Factories, aquot; and aquot;Building Construction. ... ten sets of St. Louis house dimensions in the records give an idea of size and variation: 15a#39; x 18a#39;, 24a#39; x 30a#39;, 18a#39; x 18a#39;, 20a#39; x 20a#39;, 16a#39; x 20a#39;, 18a#39; x ... square.5 Nearly all of these houses were of one story, although a few had basements (caves) underneath and others attics (grenicrs). ... This shows a change from the Norman farm house plan which is usually long and narrow.
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