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Before the 2x4: New England Framing Options to the Mid-19th Century
posted 06/09/2017  
Organization
Historic Deerfield
   
Location
Deerfield, MA
   
Date(s)
07/15/2017
   

Historic Deerfield will offer a one-day program focusing on building framing technology used in New England to the mid-19th century. Throughout this time period various ways to erect a structure were practiced with variations occurring for reasons of local tradition, expediency, efficiency, and technology. The day will include Tad Baker exploring archaeological and documentary evidence for early earthfast structures, Jim Garvin reviewing myths and facts surrounding log and garrison construction, Jack Sobon discussing the move from scribe to square rule framing, Jan Lewandoski assessing vertical plank framing evolution, and Bill Flynt talking about the introduction of stack plank, or ribbon construction, in the second quarter of the 19th century. There will also be an opportunity to inspect samples of some of these forms of construction at a reception after the presentations.

The cost to attend is $75 for members and $85 for non-members. An optional box lunch will be available for purchase.

To register: http://www.historic-deerfield.org/event/seminars/2x4-new-england-framing-options-mid-19th-century/?eID=22968 OR call Julie Orvis at (413) 775-7179.

   
     
 
   

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