sod house

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a house built of sod or adobe laid in horizontal courses

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The primary objective of the Soddie Prospect is the Red Fork formation.
Their first home was soddie, a sod-covered structure with earthen floor tucked against a sudden rise in the land.
When settlers reached the Great Plains to find few building materials available, they turned to the plow to cut ribbons of grass sod to form the walls of soddies and dugouts.
They also built soddies, which are just rectangles of sod laid, one on top of another in a square, rectangle or circle, until the desired height is reached.