John's Place 30 x 20
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This is an example of a more substantially built settler dwelling. It has survived the ravages of time much better than most of its neighbors. The fact that the builder was able to obtain logs, which were straight and evenly matched, allows for better fitting corners, and less fill in the horizontal joints. This makes a stronger and more watertight structure. The family who lived here would have had a frontier upscale house to live in.