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Context of A home for all or The gravel wall and octagon mode of building new, cheap, convenient, superior and adapted to rich and poor. : Showing the superiority of this gravel concrete over brick, stone, and frame houses; manner of making and depositing it; its cost; outside finish; clay houses; defects in small, low, long-winged, and cottage houses; the greater capacity, beauty, compactness, and utility of octagon houses; different plans; the author's residence; green and ice houses; filters; grounds; shrubbery; fruits and their culture; roofing; school-houses and churches; barns and out buildings; board and plank walls; the working-man's dwellings, etc., etc.
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