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Sofá americano basado en uno de los diseños de Hepplewhite del The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide. Fuente: Hampton National Historic Site.

The best investment that you can ever do to deck up your home would be to invest in some stylish and beautiful sofas.

A lunette over the door and sidelights on either side. Alfred Battle Home, Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Photos from Survey HABS AL-226. Library of Congress.

A lunette over the door and sidelights on either side. Alfred Battle Home, Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Photos from Survey HABS Library of Congress.

Root-cellaring is a saving technique for ordinary winter storage of fresh, raw, whole vegetables and fruits that have not been processed to increase their keeping quality. The root cellar is a way to hold these foods for several months after their normal harvest in a cold, rather moist environment that does not allow them to freeze or to complete their natural cycle to decomposition in the fall.

An excellent article on Root Cellaring by the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association

12.  DOUBLE DOOR, SOUTH SIDE OF EAST WING - Robinson-Aiken House, 48 Elizabeth Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

12. DOUBLE DOOR, SOUTH SIDE OF EAST WING - Robinson-Aiken House, 48 Elizabeth Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

1864 Hampton National Historic Site #goatvet thinks the goats should have been a bit bigger in size to pull 2 adults

1864 Hampton National Historic Site thinks the goats should have been a bit bigger in size to pull 2 adults

Hampton National Historic Site--Ridgely Family Coat of Arms. The Ridgely coat of arms can be seen throughout the Mansion. Although such heraldic devices are more common among European aristocracy, they are found among some prominent American families. A coat of arms symbolizes social stature as well as family alliances. This symbol of status and family distinction became an essential part of the Ridgely family's environment.

Hampton National Historic Site--Ridgely Family Coat of Arms. The Ridgely coat of arms can be seen throughout the Mansion. Although such heraldic devices are more common among European aristocracy, they are found among some prominent American families. A coat of arms symbolizes social stature as well as family alliances. This symbol of status and family distinction became an essential part of the Ridgely family's environment.

Hampton Mansion, Grand Hall, Towson, MD, 1783-90.

This is the Colonial Sense page for the Hampton Mansion in the Architecture section.

FIRST FLOOR, NORTHWEST ROOM - Hampton, Mansion -- note the Findlay Brothers Furniture

FIRST FLOOR, NORTHWEST ROOM - Hampton, Mansion -- note the Findlay Brothers Furniture

The Hampton Mansion National Historic Site, Maryland

Hampton Mansion, Mansions, Maryland, Manor Houses, Villas, Palaces, Mansion Houses

59.  DETAILED VIEW OF FIRST FLOOR SOUTH (FRONT) PORCH WINDOW - Robinson-Aiken House, 48 Elizabeth Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

59. DETAILED VIEW OF FIRST FLOOR SOUTH (FRONT) PORCH WINDOW - Robinson-Aiken House, 48 Elizabeth Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

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