Civil War-era cabin moved to former W.Va. estate

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PostSubject: Civil War-era cabin moved to former W.Va. estate   11/26/2009, 10:30 am

Civil War-era cabin moved to former W.Va. estate - PhillyBurbs.com

A Civil War-era log cabin long hidden by additions built onto it has re-emerged and has been moved to a former plantation in Wood County.

Scott Lamp's parents moved into the structure in 1958. He says there had been so many additions that no could tell from the outside that the cabin was inside.

Lamp dismantled the additions after he and his wife, Sherry, moved into a new home next to the cabin. They arranged to move the original log structure to the Henderson Hall estate.
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Henderson Hall was built in 1836 and is now owned by the Oil and Gas Museum.

Museum director Dave McKain says the cabin eventually will be used as a utility building for exhibits.

No one knows who built the cabin.
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