The New World Dutch Barn: The Evolution, Forms, And Structure Of A Disappearing Icon by John FitchenThe New World Dutch Barn: The Evolution, Forms, And Structure Of A Disappearing Icon by John Fitchen

The New World Dutch Barn: The Evolution, Forms, And Structure Of A Disappearing Icon

byJohn Fitchen

Paperback | April 1, 2001

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Updates the highly acclaimed original edition with extensive new material that relates to the form, essence, and age of each Dutch barn as well as the evolution of the barn building era.

Gregory D. Huber updates John Fitchen's The New World Dutch Barn with extensive new material. Added to Fitchen's descriptions of barn types, framing style, and exterior appearance is research information that relates to the form, fabric, and essence of each Dutch barn. Huber notes the secondary expressions seen in barns in various locations in both New York and New Jersey, the evolution of the barn building tradition, and why only one of the four major tie-beam types found in the Netherlands proliferates in America.

Title:The New World Dutch Barn: The Evolution, Forms, And Structure Of A Disappearing IconFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 10.47 × 7.21 × 6.44 inPublished:April 1, 2001Publisher:Syracuse University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0815606907

ISBN - 13:9780815606901

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