Lakeport Technical Reports
Much of the technical work for the restoration was documented and complied into technical reports.
Technical Report #1: Parge Coating
Technical Report #2: Chimneys
Technical Report #3: Foundation & Footers
Technical Report #4: Windows
Technical Report #5: Shingled Roof
Technical Report #6: Guttering & Sheet Metal Work
Technical Report #7: Cornice, Siding & Paint
Technical Report #8: Lakeport Porches
Technical Report #9: Braced Frame Construction
Technical Report #10: Smokehouse & Mechanicals
Dendrochronology Report: Tree-Ring Dating of the Lakeport Plantation House and Shed, Chicot County, Arkansas, David W. Stahle and Matthew D. Therrell (Tree-Ring Laboratory, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville), May 2003
Archeological Investigations at Lakeport Plantation: Randall Guending (Arkansas Archeological Survey), May 2003
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