Slide 6: Dutch Colonial

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The Dutch Colonial houses built between the 17th and early 19th century were constructed of brick or readily available local stone. The Dutch house in early America was one-and-a-half stories tall with a steep gable roof; when the style reemerged in the suburbs of 20th-century America, the gambrel roof had become standard.


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