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By RLING three buildings were located on the property in 1784, Steinbach en old says, and the build hey are by now reconst the
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d am b was f -uente toito etatiJand Jesse t F I describes
proje as r ts of that lotte an i- time.
vieweran idea of how early When St. Augustine was made carpentry rk was accom- an glish possession, propertyplished. owning Spaniards had eciThe str re described by fied time whih to s eir i restoratio st and land. .T igial had construction superinte Rob- to g or ert Steinbach asi "a t-build- Stb, Ste rys. ing," was "usedfo terthing ,ue s and anything-jus a 1 farm todayto t H n. The 12 s isu pe T he din being built cut property sa but with broad a No acted as agen fo t panpower tools use" ards. Steinbach e a 't change the a- In 1771, the property was listed terial that finished as belonging to Alexander Skinproduct will 1 ple, ex- ner, and 11 years later, it came plains Steinba show into the hands ofDavid Morran. craftsmanship. ."He lafer sold son ert but The intve a ve not Rocue No. 6 i e o the whole says, urth f the Mrs iles have hat give he utd8 one of gs
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exa was In 784 th S ned constructed, the restoration possess of
archaeologist explains. It will be Steinbach contin orran the firs ig in therestora-I returned to England, ea ing his! tion cons wife ereo take charge of the Horace e prop1 gd sell it if she could.
sister by D r ti I huse o at
Shgart has -' ill A' compensate the
call for ito u as a bui n and a lar n,
i sho Mrs. Wiles' researc ear t vealed.
S dn i cons at own a e pro histor 1 ds s the pr s l the
HistnPf l Sneiety shows that
Carpenter Horace Reyes prepares log joint.
eorge Washington, left, Sam Rowe man saw.
Log is straightened by helper Pa 'yd.