Great Oasis Floor Plan
Houses, like the four uncovered at the
Broken Kettle West site, were long rectangular structures which had been built into a shallow pit about one and a half feet deep. House walls were constructed of vertical posts interwoven with sticks and plastered with mud. This is sometimes referred to as “wattle and daub” construction. A covered entryway extended outward from the narrow end of the house. At the Cowan site, wall post holes and large chunks of burned daub were found but no actual floor plan.
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