The American House Carpenters' and Joiners' Assistant: Being a New and Easy System of Lines, Founded on Geometrical Principles, for Cutting Every Description of Joints, and for Framing the Most Difficult Roofs; to which is Added a Complete Treatise on Mathematical Instruments. Also, Mensuration, Tables of the Weights and Cohesive Strength of the Several Materials Used in the Construction of Buildings, &c

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D. Burgess, 1853 - Carpentry - 136 pages
 

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