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Page creatorMorrisGF (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation10:30, 11 July 2012
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 Backstugusittare is a old term for people in rural areas who lived on someone else's land, or on the commons in a small cottage or hut. Unlike the torpares who rented land, the backstugusittaren normally did not have a lease agreement to use a plot of land. Many backstuga's had just a single room and were often built into a hillside (three walls of wood with the fourth wall of dirt.) This style of building was common in southern and southwestern Sweden, where wood was expensive.  
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