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Believed to be the oldest, original log cabin in the United States, it was built in 1783 by pioneer settler, Jedediah Hyde. The one-room cabin and loft space allow a small glimpse into the life of the early pioneers. It was moved to this location in 1946. Here you will also find the Block Schoolhouse which served as a community hub, hosting town meetings and church services. It was built in 1814 with square-hewn logs, laid with sand and mortar. There is an admission fee.
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