The U.S. Commissioner's Court is a log structure, domestic in scale. The round logs are saddle notched at the corners. The building is one room with a vestibule constructed of logs with a spline and corner posts. The roof, originally sod on split logs covered with a second roof of planks and tar paper, has been replaced by standard rafters, planks, and metal. A room added on the west in the 1960s was removed during restoration.
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