Chapter 7 - Folk and Popular Culture. A. Folk Culture Anglo American hearths and folk building traditions Nonmaterial folk culture: food, music, medicines, and folklore Folk regions and regionalism B. Popular Culture Nature and patterns of popular culture
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A. Folk Culture
Anglo American hearths and folk building traditions
Nonmaterial folk culture: food, music, medicines, and folklore
Folk regions and regionalism
B. Popular Culture
Nature and patterns of popular culture
Diffusion and regionalism in popular culture
Featured by sturdy posts and stout horizontal beams held together by simple joinery and sided by overlapping clapboards, steep roofs and massive central chimneys.(fig 7.9)
1) garrison house - from medieval Europe
2) saltbox house - asymmetrical gable roof covering a shed or extra room
3) New England large house up to 10 rooms, lobby entrance, central chimney and variation of 4) upright-and-wing house
4) upright-and-wing: wing represents a one-story of the basic gable-front house plan.
Northern Hearths 3 -The Hudson Valley (fig 7.10)
First Dutch settlers built first house here; features steep roof with flared eaves. Common feature: split Dutch door with an upper half allowing air to enter while closed lower half kept children in and animal out