- used as the main architectural building material in houses, most other structures, farm buildings, fences, and more
- used to build ships, boats, ferries, bridges, carriages and wagons that moved people and things from place to place
- used to make everyone’s furniture (beds, chairs, tables, desks, cabinets, and trunks) as well as many household items and farming tools
- used as fuel for the fires needed to cook, heat, and even to make candles and soap. A colonial home needed at least 40 cords of wood for heating and cooking over the course of a year.
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