The chimney is the distinguishing feature of this two-story log house with half-dovetail notching. Above a sandstone base containing the firebox within, the shaft is made of thin wooden slats held together with mud. The type was known as a cat and clay chimney. A not uncommon method of early construction, such work has virtually disappeared over the years.
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