The Evolution of Folk House Forms in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Technical Papers of the Newfoundland Museum, Number 3, 1982.

By: MILLS, David B.

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MILLS, David B. The Evolution of Folk House Forms in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. [St. John's] : Department of Culture, Recreation and Youth, 1982. First Edition. Pp (6),1-78,(2). Illustrated with 21 b&w photos. as well as a map, some drawings and several graphs in the text. Large 8vo (211 x 272 mm), illustrated white card covers, with blank spine.

Technical Papers of the Newfoundland Museum, Number 3, 1982.

David Boyd Mills.

This monograph was first written in 1975 as part of the requirements for a Master's Degree in Geography at Memorial University of Newfoundland.

1. Concepts and Methods in the Study of Folk Architecture;
2. The Social and Economic Background to Folk Architecture in Trinity Bay;
3. The Evolution of Folk Architecture;
4. The Roots of Folk Housing in Trinity Bay;
5. Summary and Conclusions.

With glosssary of architectural terms, an appendix, and selected bibliography.

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Title: The Evolution of Folk House Forms in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Technical Papers of the Newfoundland Museum, Number 3, 1982.

Author Name: MILLS, David B.

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Department of Culture, Recreation and Youth, St. John's, 1982,: 1982

Seller ID: 84801

Keywords: ARCHITECTURE FOLK HOUSE FOLK HOUSE CANADIAN CULTURE HISTORY ARCHITECTURAL VERNACULAR HOUSE NEWFOUNDLAND CANADA FOLKLORE,