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This circa 1870 cabin was relocated to the Madison County Historic District from its original location, which was in a flood plain, about five blocks away. The cabin belonged to one of the city of Fredericktown's founding families. The cabin is adjacent to the school house, which was constructed in 2002 using logs from an area home that dated to 1848. Students who tour the school house have the opportunity to write using a feather quill pen and a slate tablet.
You must call to arrange tours of the cabin and school house; the buildings are open during the Azalea Festival and the Madison County Fair.
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