Campbell Log Cabin – 26’x32’x13’
This cabin was built in the late 1800’s near Tisch Mills, WI and has been lived in until a few years ago which to me means it is in better condition that one which has been inhabited by raccoons for 50 years. We are researching the history and the species of the wood but it appears to be a mixture of cedar and hemlock logs. The logs are exposed in the attic area and are closely spaced with log faces ranging from 10-14” high. The second floor has 8×10 floor beams and flooring up to 16” wide. The roof is an unusual design with pole rafters and a hand hewn support beam at the middle of each span similar to the way most barns are built.