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Just install wordpress to a sub-directory instead of the root, then create a static index.html that links to your sub-directory.

That said... most usability experts would recommend you don't do this. It was cool in 1997, but in this day and age of ADHD web users, the less clicks between users and actual content the better.
 

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If I understand the original question correctly, you can configure WordPress to use a static Home page and have your blog posts be on another page. You might consider checking under the following WordPress admin settings:

Settings -> Reading -> Front Page Display

After that, you can set the Home page as a static page and assign your blog to another page.

Hope that helps.

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CJ
 
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