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Housing, Owner-Built

In urban and suburban America, it was primarily working-class and impoverished families who built homes for themselves from purchased or found materials. Self-built housing—the wooden shanties lining alleys in late-19th-century Washington, D.C., the frame hovels on rear lots on ...

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