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French Indian War
Black Powder: French Indian War 1754-1763: Large Woodland Indian Longhouse
Longhouses were communal buildings in which Fireplaces and fire pits ran down the middle for heat and for people to share as a place to cook food. They varied in size massively depending upon the size of the settlement – some could reach more than 200 feet long, 25 feet wide, and 25 feet high!
Construction began by making a frame out of long poles of wood. They then tief young trees to the frame, (trees young enough to bend and shape.) Once the main structure was in place, they covered the house with bark – adding a few smoke holes and a door at each end.
Contains 1 x single piece unpainted large resin Longhouse, measuring approximately 8.25in long x 5in wide x 3in tall.