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That this isn’t true becomes obvious when you learn that the first Europeans to arrive in New England didn’t even paint their barns. They just couldn’t afford to do so. But that meant the rain and wind wreaked havoc on the wooden the structures. So come the end of the 18th century, they’d concluded that they needed something to cover them with. Photo Credit: Anna Edwards/Instagram

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