wood chimney

wood chimney

A chimney built of wood boards or timbers and then plastered on its interior, usually with clay, to provide a measure of fire protection. Because of its susceptibility to ignite, its use had been limited to areas where bricks and stone were not readily available. See clay-and-sticks chimney.
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With the kit, which includes 87 wood logs, eight green wood logs, two green wood roof slats, two red wood roof eaves, one red wood chimney, and instructions, kids can build a replica of the log cabin where the 16th president was born or come up with their own designs.