The stress and main deformation area were concentrated in the middle mudsill
, the front and back mudsill
, and the joint between the bracket and bottom beam.
First, Richardson uses antebellum South Carolina Democrat James Henry Hammond's "mudsill
" speech as the archetypal property rights claim that Republicans would eventually embrace.
working off its frustrations in keeping the Blacks as the mudsill
, Jim Crowing and lynching, providing cheap cannon fodder and venal politicians to underwrite future imperialist ventures desired by the Northeastern masters" (46-47).
Hammond, and other incipient southern nationalists lauded as part of the genius of southern institutions, that led many free-soilers and incipient Republicans to castigate the South as a cryptoaristocratic "mudsill
* Connectors for light-gauge steel construction, including screws, mudsill
anchors, epoxy ties, holdowns, tension ties, hangers, skewable angles, seismic and hurricane ties, twisted straps, coiled straps, and bridging.
Because black slaves provided a mudsill
class, all whites were equal.
connectors rising from the piers were joined to pressure-treated 4-by-6 joists.
It is also essential to caulk the joint between the foundation and the mudsill
if it does not have a sill-sealer.
Hold-downs, strap and tension ties, mudsill
and truss anchors, header caps, and rafter clips--among a variety of products for framing connections--provide the continuous load path necessary to properly transfer uplift forces and horizontal loads during high winds and earthquakes.
Hairline cracks where stucco meets the mudsill
are likely in a quake, but they're not necessarily a problem.
The board between the house and the foundation is called the mudsill
. If bolts don't fix this sill to the foundation, even a moderate quake can cause your house to slip off its foundation.
Cody plays in a swampy blues band called The Mudsills
, I write a lot of twangy honky-tonk, and Mike has played in just about every kind of band under the sun.