2001-15

2001-15

This article is second in a series of six to discuss and illustrate the joints in American traditional timber-frame buildings of the past, showing common examples with variations as well as a few interesting regional deviations. The series was developed under a grant from the National Park Service and the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.

The article appeared in Timber Framing: Journal of the Timber Framers Guild: No. 56, June 2000.

2001-14  Historic American Timber Joinery, A Graphic Guide: I. Tying Joints: Tie Below Plate
2001-16  Historic American Timber Joinery, A Graphic Guide: III. Sill and Floor Joints
2001-17  Historic American Timber Joinery, A Graphic Guide: IV. Wall Brace Joints
2001-18  Historic American Timber Joinery, A Graphic Guide: V. Roof Joinery Excluding Trusses
2001-19  Historic American Timber Joinery, A Graphic Guide: VI. Scarf Joints

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