Vernacular Stone Structures in Southwestern Ross County, Ohio

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The earliest pioneers in Ohio had mostly only two choices of building materials for their new homes and outbuildings . . . wood and stone. Using a specific area in Ross County, this book explores and documents the buildings that were built from stone. Written while the author was still a student in college, it explains the different types of stone construction, lists every stone structure discovered, tells how they were built, and explores their significance to early pioneering Ohio. Photographs of each building type are included. The results are not only interesting and informative, but can also be extrapolated to Ohio as a whole. Available as a paperback, or as an e-book. B & W. 54 pages.
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September 29, 2011
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