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Wiktionary

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Proper noun

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Reconstruction

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Reconstruction

  1. A period of United States history, from approximately 1865 to 1877, during which the nation attempted to resolve issues resulting from the U.S. Civil War.

Wikibooks

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This wikibook will function as a guide to the reconstruction of homes, specifically those damaged by Hurricane Katrina. The book will be a series of tutorials logically organized. This book will be geared towards use by volunteer groups, semi-skilled labor, and home owners.

Contents

Table of Contents

Section I: Deconstruction

  1. SafetyDevelopment stage: 50% (as of Jul 31, 2006)(Jul 31, 2006)
  2. EvaluationDevelopment stage: 25% (as of Jul 31, 2006)(Jul 31, 2006)
  3. Prep
  4. Debris Removal
  5. Trim, Frame, and Cabinet Removal
  6. Wall Removal
  7. De-nailing and De-wiring

Section II: Mold Treatment

Mold Treatment:

  1. Safety
  2. Prep
  3. Mold Treatment
  4. Mold Test

Section III: Reconstruction

  1. Safety
  2. Evaluation
  3. Permits and Licenses
  4. Roofing
  5. Electrical
  6. Plumbing
  7. InsulationDevelopment stage: 75% (as of Jul 31, 2006)(Jul 31, 2006)
  8. Walls
    1. DrywallDevelopment stage: 75% (as of Jul 31, 2006)(Jul 31, 2006)
    2. Wood Panels
  9. Door Installation
  10. Trim Work
  11. Cabinet Installation
  12. Painting
  13. Flooring

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