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    Building a house in modern society is extremely different from the ways in which houses were built in the past. In the past one couldn't just call up a contractor and have them build the house to certain specifications with all the modern conveniences. What they did was work very hard within the family unit and learned the necessary skills from previous generations.
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    The Native American cultures in the Northeast relied heavily on the use of timber. The use of this timber is evident in their living shelters. The living shelters of the Northeast Native Americans are called Long Houses. The long house was favored more in the winter months than in the summer ones. The long house was a one story apartment house, with many people of the tribe sharing the warmth and space




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