Sophie and Marc’s Homestead of Recycled Materials in Quebec

I just got this email from Sophie and Marc, whose home is covered on pages 116-119 of Small Homes — after we sent them 2 books:

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One Response to Sophie and Marc’s Homestead of Recycled Materials in Quebec

  1. Anonymous says:

    Toronto's Oldest Home

    http://globalnews.ca/news/3521468/how-an-electricians-visit-led-to-the-discovery-of-torontos-oldest-home/

    How an electrician’s visit led to the discovery of Toronto’s oldest home

    Then, one day in the 1990s, a previous owner hired an electrician who opened a wall and found that it wasn’t made of red brick, like the other houses on the street, but of solid logs with a wood finishing.

    Research traced the house to John Cox, a Loyalist who was granted hundreds of acres of land east of the Don River in 1796.

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