Little is known about the one-story log cabin near Knik Hall. The round logs are saddle notched at the corners. The gable roof is constructed of sawn planks, with plywood and asphalt on top. There is an enclosed, shed-roofed porch of horizontal half-logs across part of the gable front.
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