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Log House on West Okoboji Lake where Abbie Gardner and others were massacared in 1857.

[Log houses.]

Log House on West Okoboji Lake where Abbie Gardner and others were massacared in 1857.

[View of log houses in Rico, Dolores Co.]

[Log house.]

[View of a log house.]

[View of a log house in Bennington, Vt.]

[View of a log house in Bennington, Vt.]

[Log house.]

[View of a log house.]

No. XXI. Village of Riceborough in the state of Georgia; No. XXII. Log House in the forests of Georgia.

Home of the FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower who moved on this land six years ago, built log house and buildings. Cut enough hay between the stumps to feed eight cows, three calves and two horses through the winter of 1938. Three hundred and fifteen dollar land-clearing loan. Priest River Peninsula, Bonner County, Idaho. See general caption 49

Steuben's log house; Steuben's rural monument; Steuben's mural monument

Farmer rolling a cigarette. Construction of log house is shown. This farmer rents farm and house from the man who homesteaded the place but is now unable to farm, Pie Town, New Mexico

Log House on West Okoboji Lake where Abbie Gardner and others were massacared in 1857.

Log house.

Mrs. Bill Stagg drawing water from her well, which is in enclosed porch in her log house. Pie Town, New Mexico

Mrs. Bill Stagg drawing water from her well, which is in enclosed porch in her log house. Pie Town, New Mexico

Construction detail of log house showing how logs which form an interior partition extend through the outside walls. Pie Town, New Mexico

Construction detail of log house showing how logs which form an interior partition extend through the outside walls. Pie Town, New Mexico

Log house of farmer with a fence of hand-split rails. Pie Town, New Mexico

Log house of farmer with a fence of hand-split rails. Pie Town, New Mexico

Log house of farmer with a fence of hand-split rails. Pie Town, New Mexico

View of a log house.

View of a log house in Bennington, Vt.

No. XXI. Village of Riceborough in the state of Georgia; No. XXII. Log House in the forests of Georgia.

Home of the FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower who moved on this land six years ago, built log house and buildings. Cut enough hay between the stumps to feed eight cows, three calves and two horses through the winter of 1938. Three hundred and fifteen dollar land-clearing loan. Priest River Peninsula, Bonner County, Idaho. See general caption 49

View of log houses in Rico, Dolores Co.

Farmer rolling a cigarette. Construction of log house is shown. This farmer rents farm and house from the man who homesteaded the place but is now unable to farm, Pie Town, New Mexico

Log House on West Okoboji Lake where Abbie Gardner and others were massacared in 1857.

Log houses.

Log house.

Mrs. Bill Stagg drawing water from her well, which is in enclosed porch in her log house. Pie Town, New Mexico

Mrs. Bill Stagg drawing water from her well, which is in enclosed porch in her log house. Pie Town, New Mexico

Construction detail of log house showing how logs which form an interior partition extend through the outside walls. Pie Town, New Mexico

Construction detail of log house showing how logs which form an interior partition extend through the outside walls. Pie Town, New Mexico

Log house of farmer with a fence of hand-split rails. Pie Town, New Mexico

Log house of farmer with a fence of hand-split rails. Pie Town, New Mexico

Log house of farmer with a fence of hand-split rails. Pie Town, New Mexico

View of a log house.

View of a log house in Bennington, Vt.

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