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Early American Homes

Along a 339-year-old mile-long street in New England's aptly named Pioneer Valley, the homes of historic Deerfield, Massachusetts, tell the story of early American village life -- ghosts and all.

Early American Home - Gallery

EARLY AMERICAN HOMES PLEASURES OF CHRISTMAS PRIMITIVES ~ Cute gingerbread Christmas tree and country kitchen design for the holiday season.

Donald Lococo Architects | Classic | Early American Colonial Home

Early American Bedding/Textiles - Primitive Style Rugs~Early American Reproductions

Early American Homes were made out of wood and it was really hard because they didn't have machines to make it easier

9 antique folk art early American home made musical instruments. Dating from the 1870’s to the 1940’s. Includes guitars, banjos and violins

Early American Home - Gallery ~ Bedroom decorating, county and Armerican colonial design.- ~♥~.

Connor Homes - reproduction early American homes, beautiful millwork

Primitive ★american Country Home★ Early Decorating Book ♥prim Offerings♥ | eBay

The Historic Home Market for pre-Revolutionary War houses - absolutely love Early American Life magazine! Best magazine out there!! ☺

Great free history printables for young kids (PreK-2nd) - will go great with our Early American history and geography

Competing for attention during the early part of the 20th century against the bungalow style, was the American Four Square. Basically a box with a pyramidal roof, this Harris plan is one of their takes on this ubiquitous style. This home offers a vestibule and tiny den that mark it as slightly different from other models.

Zenith Early American 22 in. Surface-Mount Medicine Cabinet in White-MC10WW at The Home Depot

Classic Country Room Tip: Revive early American homes by seeking furniture with woodworking details and distressed finishes.

| house plan | The Charm of Early American, Ladies Home Journal Design No. 388, 1935, typical Eastern Pennsylvania stone farmhouse

A beehive is a receptacle used as a home for bees. Most beehives are built by bees, but some are manmade. Honey bees weren't native to North America, and were brought over by the English colonists in the early 17th century.

Typical early American stencil designs, from Colonial Homes Connection.