Title

Maine barns, often connected to houses with doors or tunnels to allow farmers to

Authors

Lyman Page

Source

Salt

Date

6-1974

Pages

2

Abstract

Maine barns, often connected to houses with doors or tunnels to allow farmers to avoid the cold, come in every variety and are topped with gambrel, Mansard, hip, and common peaked roofs. Detailed article describes construction, layout, history, and uses of barns.

Subjects

Barns

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