MS01.01.03.B02.F10.014

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* Many of the houses [strikethrough: designed] that were
built for ^ [early] French settlers ^ [along the Missippi Rover] show the
influences [strikethrough: of] that this transposed
form of African architecture had
on the new Plantation Style of building.
The village of Kaskaskia, Illinois had
houses built in the manner and
fashion of ^ [famous] Magnolia Mound ^ [located] near
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, [strikethrough: Many] of which
were built with the slave labor.
These houses were usually constructed
of large cypress or cedar upright
timbers with ^ [a] logical past and lintel[?]

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