Foxfire 9 - A Second Look At The Log Cabin Summary & Analysis

Eliot Wigginton
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A Second Look At The Log Cabin Summary and Analysis

The first section of this chapter discusses a large log cabin called the Rothell house that was originally built in the 1700. The Foxfire organization purchased it when it was for sale and moved it to their land as a restoration project. They disassembled the log cabin piece by piece, moved them, and then rebuilt the cabin. Mitch Anderson is a local individual who remembers the Rothell house from his childhood. He recalls there was a garden in front of the cabin, a barn, a smaller servant home, and a well. The house was large and often served as a gathering place for locals. Much of the home was carpeted, and there was electricity. The upstairs area was bedrooms originally, but this changed to sewing rooms, with only a single...

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