If you mean white settlers' houses, as opposed to Indian lodgings, they would have been log cabins. I beg to differ. It takes a lot less time to build a " soddy " than a log cabin. A soddy is built into the side of a hill, by digging with a shovel. The small roof is covered with sod, with a frame work of branches under it. One tree is enough to provide all the needed materials. The majority of the structure are the sidewalls which are the natural hill side. The entrance and the door are man made. Snug and warm in winter, cool in summer heat, and easy to build with out many tools. Chimmney is a bored hole to the top of the hillside, with a right angle to stop rain from falling into the home. After a few years of raising crops and animals, the homesteader would consider building a more permanent home.
In the UK, houses built in the 1980s were fairly similar to houses built in the 1970s and those built now. Very recent houses tend to be smaller.
The first city on the earth is Catalhoyuk in Konya in Turkiye.It is first settlement in world.Even the houses' doors in Catalhoyuk was on roof, because the primitive people lived in cave , they built their houses like cave.The first landscape picture was made in Catalhoyuk.The houses were built adjacent each other.
There are no records about this subject. The first human house should be assumed that it is was a cave, thus it was built by the nature, not by a human being. Afterwards, and along the time, the first habitation has been slowly developed by the man, containing roof and walls.It is not known who invented houses.The first form of houses were built before humankind could write, so there are no records of who built the first.We do not know since the first shelters were made by our ancient ancestors before history was written. Besides homes in caves, the first pit houses were built more than 4,100 years ago in the area of Arizona where I live. I am sure there are similar occupations in other places.Nobody knows for certain -- humans have always tried to find ways to get out of the weather, and have used natural shelters like caves and trees, or have built shelters like huts or teepees or houses.
Most houses were built out of brick and were not vendered.
yes like pyramids and sand houses and ant houses
Nomadic/ Plains Indians houses looked like cones with points coming out of the pointed end. Other Indians lived in adobe houses built somewhat like the houses of today.
The houses in Massachusetts in 1620 were built like cabins. People would build houses close to each other which formed small villages.
The Shawnee Indians houses were called wigwams were built with redwood , tule , and animal skin
they are poorly built and have one to two rooms.
I'm confused by your question, houses are built all the time by people. Although they build other things like redstone machines, cities, monuments, etc. The first thing you build is normally a house unless your in creative mode.
They don't. Inuits live in houses that are built like ours. Check out the link below for proof.
They had houses that looked like the stuff in t6he forest.
they were built like permant house but when they migrated they left them behind they were built like permant house but when they migrated they left them behind
in cities like Paris most people live in flats.
they look nice to some people, and they work like houses
The houses during the Gupta dynasty were mostly made of bamboo or wood. The houses had thatched roof and most were built with one room only.
just like regular houses everywhere else except theyre built better and are usually more colorful
French Building Materials most likely, Just like American Houses are built with American building Materials, and British Houses with British materials etc etc. Some houses obviously might import foreign materials and break that rule. The point is though, houses in France are built like houses elsewhere in the Western World, out of wood and bricks and plaster and cement and tiles for the roof etc etc.
There are thousands of different native American tribes. The ones in the northeast used wood and bark. Iroquois made long houses. The Indians that met the Pilgrims built wetus. In Florida, the houses were built more open with wooden poles and grass roofs. The Sioux had tepees of animal skin that they could travel with. The Hopi built adobe houses. The Inuit built igloos of ice.
some people love the water life and the the boat houses ,also they just might like thee weather
Thier houses look like pueblos. They sit upon a cliff, making their houses easy to defend. Some dug out holes which they built there house in.
Go to a place that has a lot of victorian homes and see what the houses actually look like form the outside. You could also research the era in which these houses were built and why they were built the certain way.
In the summer, when snow didn't blanket the ground, it looked like a dome built into a hill.
Houses were old, not built secure, no heat, no electricity, no garages to put cars in, lets just say not as great as the houses we have now in 2009.
The Adena tribe built circular houses with pointed roofs. The walls were made with wooden posts and covered with bark from trees.