What Types of Houses Do Jamaicans Live in?

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Urban Jamaicans live in houses made of steel and cinder block where the houses for the upper class are comparable to those of the North Americans. On the other hand, rural Jamaicans stay in houses made of wood then topped with zinc sheets.
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concrete houses because they are stronger than American houses because as a disaster strikes in America their houses are destroyed.
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Long houses and wigwams (also known as tipis)
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Drywalls? sorry maybe, or maybe not. ^_^ PEACE!!
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