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A concise and amply illustrated introduction to Kentucky folk structures--log cabins, houses, cribs, and barns--that should be treasured as irreplaceable expressions of the cultural values of the Commonwealth's past.
Folk buildings, constructed by local mechanics, are like folktales and folksongs: they are a durable expression of traditional cultural patters transformed from previous generations. -- Come-All-Ye
The University Press of Kentucky
Place of Publication
Domestic architecture, Vernacular architecture, Barns, Kentucky
Architectural History and Criticism
Montell, William Lynwood and Morse, Michael L., "Kentucky Folk Architecture" (1976). Architecture. Book 2.