Grand Isle Vermont

Hyde Log Cabin

One of the oldest log cabins in the nation, this structure was build by a frontier settler in 1783. Using hand-hewn logs, Jedediah Hyde, Jr. built a home for himself that has stood for more than two centuries. Today the site, now restored, has been furnished with items collected by the nearby Grand Isle Historical Society.
Note: We would like to thank the Division of Historic Preservation for the captioned information

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