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A House-Framing System for Low-Cost ConstructionAuthor(s): Jerry O. Newman
Source: United States Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Research Service. Miscellaneous Publication No. 1020
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionHousing is needed by many people with low incomes in all parts of the country. Low-income persons usually cannot afford to pay for the labor to build their houses and they have difficulty in doing the building themselves because many of the construction methods and standard practices are too complicated. Simplification of the construction methods therefore seems to be a logical way to reduce the cost of a house.
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CitationNewman, Jerry O. 1966. A House-Framing System for Low-Cost Construction. United States Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Research Service. Miscellaneous Publication No. 1020
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