7 edition of Tamped clay and saltmarsh hay found in the catalog.
Tamped clay and saltmarsh hay
Cunningham, Robert J.
Bibliography: p. 277-280.
|Statement||by Robert Cunningham and John B. Prince.|
|Contributions||Prince, John B. 1907- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F1042.9 .C86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||77372108|
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Title: TAMPED CLAY AND SALTMARSH HAY, Artifacts of New Brunswick Author Name: Cunningham, Robert & Prince, John B.; Categories: Canadiana, Antiques & Collectibles. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cunningham, Robert J.
Tamped clay and saltmarsh hay. [Fredericton, N.B.]: Brunswick Press, © (OCoLC) TAMPED CLAY AND SALTMARSH HAY, Artifacts of New Brunswick. By: Cunningham, Robert & Prince, John B.; illustrations (some color), very good condition, This invaluable reference book was first published in ,In a supplement was produced to kwwp collectora up to date with details of new introductios and the discovery of rare.
TAMPED CLAY AND SALTMARSH HAY, Artifacts of New Brunswick. By: Cunningham, Robertillustrated throughout, 4 pp bibliography, ink sig on half title, A book about tools, furnitute, glass, etc., used by the Acadians, the first European settlers to New Brunswick's Chignecto Isthmus, photographs are by H.
Lindsay Smith and sketches by. During the early s he and Mr. John B. Prince, a forest products engineer and graduate of the University of New Brunswick (MSc), researched and wrote a book entitled Tamped Clay and Saltmarsh Hay (artifacts of New Brunswick), University of New Brunswick Press, It contains a grandfather clock, a bookcase of books, a Bible box on a stand, a "cricket " or tea table, and a Chippendale mirror over the fireplace.
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