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House

A typical small house of the type built by the early settlers of New England. This could be used for any small dwelling up to the early 1900s. The time and effort needed to make planks out of trees by hand resulted in making homes just large enough for the family to get out of the weather. They generally had little furniture, and were of modest, simple construction. Up to a dozen people might dwell in one of these tiny one-room buildings until they could cut enough timber to expand it.

The roof can be either permanently attached, or left loose to allow placing figures inside. This building is printed in several pieces, and designed for a print bed of 200x140 mm or larger.

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