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The Ancestral Roof

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BOOK DESCRIPTION
Extended title: The Ancestral Roof. Domestic architecture of upper canada
About: Canadians have long felt the need of an authoritative account of their architectural heritage. in filling this need the authors of the ancestral roof have produces also a vital cultural and social history of the period 1783-1867, enlivened by the anecdotes and myths which grew up around the houses, their owners and builders.

BOOK DETAILS
Dust jacket: yes
Number of pages: 258
Author: Marion Macrae and Anthony Adamson
Cover type: hardcover
Publisher: Clarke Irwin & Company Limited
Published: 1967
ISBN: non
extra: the dust jacket and book has been covered in a loose fitting plastic cover presumably to protect it from damage. can be removed without leaving damage.

BOOK DAMAGE
Overall condition: this books is in very good condition with only very minor wear from use.
Pages:
Cover:
Binding:
Dust jacket: a few very small stains on front and back. the spine part of the dust jacket is slight darker in colouration that the front and back dust jacket.
(blank = very good condition)

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback

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About this item

BOOK DESCRIPTION
Extended title: The Ancestral Roof. Domestic architecture of upper canada
About: Canadians have long felt the need of an authoritative account of their architectural heritage. in filling this need the authors of the ancestral roof have produces also a vital cultural and social history of the period 1783-1867, enlivened by the anecdotes and myths which grew up around the houses, their owners and builders.

BOOK DETAILS
Dust jacket: yes
Number of pages: 258
Author: Marion Macrae and Anthony Adamson
Cover type: hardcover
Publisher: Clarke Irwin & Company Limited
Published: 1967
ISBN: non
extra: the dust jacket and book has been covered in a loose fitting plastic cover presumably to protect it from damage. can be removed without leaving damage.

BOOK DAMAGE
Overall condition: this books is in very good condition with only very minor wear from use.
Pages:
Cover:
Binding:
Dust jacket: a few very small stains on front and back. the spine part of the dust jacket is slight darker in colouration that the front and back dust jacket.
(blank = very good condition)

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback

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