MS01.01.03.B02.F10.015

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structural principle in mind [strikethrough: and]
having supporting boards that were
made of the same material [strikethrough: that] and
used clay, spanish mass and grass
to daub the holes between the
timbers. Often times the roof was
made of thatch as ^ [wooden] shingles were a
luxury [strikethrough: at that time] to be had, with an
overhanging porch very mich
in keeping with the style of
Marie Thérése Quan Quan's
African House at Melrose Plantation,
with posts supporting the lintels on
which the ^ [roof over the] porch rested.

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