2 edition of Sod house memories, volumes I - II - III found in the catalog.
Sod house memories, volumes I - II - III
|Statement||Frances Jacobs Alberts, editor.|
|Contributions||Alberts, Frances (Jacobs), ed., Sod House Society.|
|LC Classifications||F666 .S62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 285 p.|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||72189990|
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A lively account of the author’s girlhood in early s in a sod house, homesteading the “grey desert” of eastern Colorado. Vols I, II, and III are a topical history; Vols. IV and V are biographical sketches. 6- 1/2 x /4 inches. Hardcover. Topically arranged, this magnum opus features fine overview essays on major topics by. 9 James Schroeter has written: “Within a single decade, half a million people—Yankee settlers, sod-house pioneers out of the Lincoln Country, Danes, Norwegians, Bohemians, Poles—pulled up stakes or emigrated from the farms of northern and eastern Europe to .
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Sod House. But settlers were traveling west before the railroads, and had no way to get large quantities of building materials to their land. They usually had to build a house within six months of claiming the land. By the yearmore thanclaims for land had been filed. The sod house would settle significantly over time as the sod dried out.
Without such a solid base, there was the risk of the walls settling inward and the entire structure would collapse. Even for the walls, they had to think “out of the box” and they decided that laying the sod bricks with the root side up would make the roots grow upward.
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Frances Jacobs Alberts; Sod House Society of Nebraska. Publisher: [Hastings, Neb.] Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Frontier and pioneer life -- Nebraska. Sod houses. Frontier and pioneer life. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Topeka Genealogical Society, promoting and supporting family history interests in Shawnee County and Northeast Kansas.
Educational programs, library, local data & resources, and more. At this place there was a sod house, made by stacking up blocks cut out of grass and dirt, and a dugout, which had some sod walls built around a big hole. We were the only people visiting the sod houses.
We went into the big sod house and it had a lot of stuff in it. Avery was excited that there was a wardrobe full of prairie clothes to dress.
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Mrs. George H. Alexander of Omaha wrote in Sod House Memories that in her grandfather built a byfoot sod house in Lincoln County, Nebraska, for a total cost of $which went for lumber, a roll of tarpaper, and nails.
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A message from the Betty. On one of the ridges of that wintry waste stood the low log house in which John Bergson was dying. The Bergson homestead was easier to find than many another, because it overlooked Norway Creek, a shallow, muddy stream that sometimes flowed, and sometimes stood still, at the bottom of a winding ravine with steep, shelving sides overgrown with brush and cottonwoods and dwarf ash.
One of his fondest memories of living in a sod house was having his grandmother stay with them. She made him a feather-tick mattress to sleep on. It was very warm. In Ruth and Maynard thought that termites were beginning to take over one of the bedrooms. The floors in the sod .Deutsch, Albert: The Mentally III in America.
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