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Patterson Log Cabin


category : Historic Homes
Built between 1840 and 1845, 2-room cabin with big stone chimneys and dogtrot hallway is oldest dwelling in Tallassee. Cabin was center for education before formal schools were established in area.


Admission: Free
Hours: Call for tour appts.
Address: 355 Sims Ave.

Phone: 334-252-0513
Our Website:www.tallassee.al.us

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