Bousillage

Bousillage is a mixture of clay and grass or other fiberous substances used as the infill between the timbers of a half-timbered building. This material was commonly used by 18th century French colonial settlers in the historical New France region of the United States. ==Discussion== Bousillage, in south Louisiana, is a mixture of clay earth and r...
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Bousillage

A form of plaster made of mud, clay and moss used in poteaux-en-terre construction in French Colonial architecture, particularly in Louisiana.
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