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A Civil War-era log cabin was discovered inside a house that is being demolished at Present. The Records show that the cab may have originally been located in the vicinity of the site of the Battle of Prairie D ‘ Ane, which took place in 1864.
A house that is being torn down, in Prescott, Ark., has revealed an incredible secret which could date back centuries.
A log cabin thought to date from the civil war, or even earlier, it was found to be in the house, according to the Nevada County Depot and Museum. In the cabin, you can even witness a civil war battle.
“The footprint of the cabin is 18′ X 20′, ‘ and the museum explained in a Facebook post. “The cabin has been added on the outside, capped with a clean-up.”
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The cabin was moved to its location on Greenlawn Street Prescott, around 1953 to 1955, and was once located on Miller Hill, which is in accordance with the museum’s collection. After examining the land patents, the experts found that the cabin was on land that is owned by a fellow by the name of John Vaughn’s, which dates back to the period of time between the 1850’s and 1860’s.
The log cabin is considered to be the date of the civil war, or even earlier.
The Nevada County Depot and Museum
The records indicate that it may be located in the vicinity of the site of the Battle of Prairie D ‘ Ane, which took place in 1864. The mission resulted in a victory for the Union forces, and the battlefield is now part of the Camden Expedition Sites National Historic Landmark.
“It’s made from hand-cut wood, and before the arrival of the railroad in the 1870’s, which brought the lumber,” the museum said in the post. “There’s a good chance that the house is likely to be a civil war structure, and are not antebellum. If all of this is proven, then this is the cabin, it may very well be that it was built on the edge of the Prairie D’ane during the fight.”
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The museum has also explained that, thanks to a donation from a local benefactor, purchased the cabin and plan to disassemble the unit, store it, and at a certain point, then put it on the Prairie D’ane battlefield.
“What do you think of Prescott’s history!” wrote on Facebook.
The cab was found in a house that is being torn down in Prescott, Arkansas. The Nevada County Depot and Museum
Historic log cabin was discovered within the last couple of years. In 2017, when a couple renovating their new home in Dublin, Ohio. found a perfectly preserved, 19th-century log cabin within the structure.
Incredible artifacts from the civil war have been discovered in the most unlikely of places. A civil war cannon ball was recently found lodged in a walnut tree in a historic home in Independence, Missouri.
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The cabin is constructed of hand-hewn wood, and, according to the Nevada County Depot & Museum. The Nevada County Depot and Museum
Fox 4 in Kansas City reported that, incredibly, found in the Overfelt-Johnston home, the sick, the 100-metre tree was cut down.
The log cabin may have been a witness to the Battle of Prairie D ‘ Ane, in 1864. The Nevada County Depot and Museum
Two civil war cannon balls that were recently discovered at a South Carolina beach in the wake of the Hurricane Hotel.
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