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The Log House

Across Main Street from the museum is a dwelling made of huge hand-hewn white oak logs. A placard on the exterior states that it was constructed in 1819 several miles from Harmony. Becoming a museum property in 1973, it was disassembled and reconstructed on its present site. Fitted with a stone fireplace and chimney, it's a cozy stop during the museum Open House and other events. Used as an educational site, the house contains early American furniture as well as implements for spinning and weaving, rope-making, dyeing corn grindings, bread making and other crafts.

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