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Historical Significance

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, these are the remaining two of eight cabins, circa 1836, that were built by African-Americans to house African-American slaves who were brought to this area to raise cotton. The quality of the woodcraft, especially the full-dovetailed corners, shows that the builders were skilled craftsmen who took great pride in their work.

Click on this link to access the full website dedicated to the Hewn- Timber Cabins.


Last Published: July 23, 2010 11:21 AM
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