Book: How to Build and Furnish a Log Cabin

How to Build and Furnish a Log Cabin: The Easy, Natural Way Using Only Hand Tools and the Woods Around You


W. Ben Hunt’s classic has earned a reputation as the” authentic handbook since it was first published in 1939. Updated in 1974, it remains the only step-by-step guide to building log cabins and log furniture — pioneer style.”
How to Build and Furnish a Log Cabin

How to Build and Furnish a Log Cabin

W. Ben Hunt’s classic has earned a reputation as the” authentic handbook since it was first published in 1939. Updated in 1974, it remains the only step-by-step guide to building log cabins and log furniture — pioneer style.”

I have read this book several times in my search to learn how to build and furnish a log cabin.

While I am still working on getting mine built, I do believe that this one book alone is enough to get a decent pioneer book built.  As long as you a willing to do the work with the tools and techniques listed.

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Book: The Art of Splitting Stone

The Art of Splitting Stone: Early Rock Quarrying Methods in Pre-industrial New England 1630-1825


“The Art of Splitting Stone” is a detailed study of the history, tools, and methods used to split, hoist, and transport quarried stone in pre-industrial New England (1630-1825). It is an invaluable resource for historians, archaeologists, and stone masons interested in identifying, dating, or experimenting with early stone splitting and quarrying methods. The amateur researcher and avid outdoors person will find the book useful as a field guide to identifying split boulders and stone quarries abandoned in the woods.
The Art of Splitting Stone

The Art of Splitting Stone

“The Art of Splitting Stone” is a detailed study of the history, tools, and methods used to split, hoist, and transport quarried stone in pre-industrial New England (1630-1825). It is an invaluable resource for historians, archaeologists, and stone masons interested in identifying, dating, or experimenting with early stone splitting and quarrying methods. The amateur researcher and avid outdoors person will find the book useful as a field guide to identifying split boulders and stone quarries abandoned in the woods.

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