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Taylor Log House and Site

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15610 Taylor Street, West Olive, MI Presented by Joannie Bouman.

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The Taylor Log House and Site is a historic plantation site on Arkanasas Highway 138 in rural Drew County, Arkansas, near the town of Winchester. Included on the plantation site is the best-preserved dog trot house in Arkansas's Lower Delta region. The Taylor Log House, a two-story dog trot built out of cypress logs, was built in 1846 by John Martin Taylor, a Kentucky native who established a plantation on the banks of Bayou Bartholomew. The building was moved, probably in the 1880s. In addition to the house, the site is believed to include archeologically significant remnants of a wide variety of outbuildings. The site was the subject of archeological activities in the 1990s.
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