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Musee de Venoge [Museum of the Venoge family farmstead] (circa 1805-1815) Is one of the few remaining examples of French colonial architecture.  The structure is post-on-sill, timber frame, mortise-joined and wood-pegged throughout.  Brick nogging insulation supports the first floor plaster with hand-split accordion lathe throughout.

Musee de Venoge [Museum of the Venoge family farmstead] (circa 1805-1815) Is one of the few remaining examples of French colonial architecture. The structure is post-on-sill, timber frame, mortise-joined and wood-pegged throughout. Brick nogging insulation supports the first floor plaster with hand-split accordion lathe throughout.

French Colonial ArchitectureMusee de VenogePostonsillTimber FrameMortisejoinedWoodpeggedBrick NoggingFarmsteadLandscape OrientationHorizontal OrientationNatural BackgroundHandsplit Accordion LatheFrame HouseGrassTrees