Rondavel Hut Construction

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1939
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Graham, M.D.
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Buildings of this type have been constructed at the Agricultural Training School, Bukura, with a view to ascertaining both their suitability for native quarters and their permanency. Both the single and the double units (Figs. 1 and 6) have proved most satisfactory. The initial expense of erection is very little higher than the cost of putting up wattle and-daub huts. The result is a neat building, healthy and permanent. Trained mason or carpenter is not necessary any intelligent native could construct such a building.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, IV (No 4), pp. 278-282
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