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More photos of "Rebuilding a Pioneer Cabin"

Browse web-exclusive images of this restored Swedish homestead cabin on the coast of Maine.

By Mark R. Johnson
Published: October 5, 2012
In the December 2012 issue of Cabin Life, Lucie Amundsen’s article “Rebuilding a Pioneer Cabin” featured photos by Todd Caverly. As a web exclusive, you can peek at these additional photos by Todd which were not shown in the magazine article. Enjoy!
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Photo by Todd Caverly
The long view

Judging by this photo, you’d think this log cabin has been on this property its entire life. But the original cabin was actually built well over 100 years ago by a Swedish immigrant, in a location far from this one. It was eventually disassembled, stored in a barn, and then resurrected here by the immigrant’s great-grandson and his wife on their land on the Gulf of Maine.

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