Mudge Log Cabin (1860s) built by Civil War surgeon,.
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First Log Cabin Day, 2010. .
Directions: from I-94, exit 183: head west, turn onto.Craft demonstrations, Civil War poet, Civil War nurses and carriage rides. .Newly built log cabin honoring Chief Cobmoosa (or Cobmosa the Ottawa Indian educator. .Admission .00 for adults,.50 for children 4.(734) or (734) 324-7284.Michigan is the only state graduation gifts for primary students which has an annual statewide log cabin festival. .146 logs of various species were hauled on April 4, 1923, and construction began on May.You can use a single strip for two of the shorter logs.An l830's log cabin maintained by the Algonac-Clay Township Historical Society.Built in 1879, moved to the museum grounds in1991. .Located at the intersection of Middle Village Road and M-119 on the side of the lake. .Pioneer family in log house, Michigan Aid Society will give re-enactment of traditions of mourning during the Civil War era, tours of farmhouse.Log home built in 1988 by the late Leonard.Located at 1343 10th Ave.For 1/2 mile, gifts for human resources professionals go to second driveway on the left with zig-zag fence and goats. .
The Pioneer Log Village includes six restored l9th century log cabins: a pioneer log home, a chapel, a blacksmith shop, a general store, a school, and a barn. .