Civil War log cabin discovered during house demolition

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The cabin was discovered inside a house that was being torn down in Prescott, Arkansas. (Nevada County Depot and Museum)


A house that was being torn down in Prescott, Ark., has revealed an incredible secret that may date back centuries.

A log cabin, thought to date to the Civil War era or even earlier, was found inside the house, according to the Nevada County Depot and Museum. The cabin may even have witnessed a Civil War battle. (battle of Prairie D'Ane)

“The footprint of the log cabin is 18' X 20',” the museum explained in a Facebook post. “The cabin had been added onto and the exterior encapsulated with siding.”

COUPLE DISCOVER 19TH-CENTURY LOG CABIN DURING HOME RENOVATION
The cabin was moved to its location on Greenlawn Street in Prescott around 1953 to 1955 and was once located on Miller Hill, according to the museum. After
researching land patents, experts found that the cabin was once on land owned by a man named...

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