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A BIT OF LOCAL HISTORY

Some might say it is just a cabin of no pretentious, but it represents part of this country's... read more

Reviewed April 18, 2019
Charles B
History

A bit of our country's history. We were in Cumberland to ride the train and took a walk around this... read more

Reviewed June 24, 2018
fritzienpops
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Apr 18, 2019
“A BIT OF LOCAL HISTORY”
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“Locally significant and historical structure”
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This log cabin was built during the Indian and French war for George Washington to use as his his command post. The original site is on top of the hill near the Courthouse. It was moved to the current location as part of the Fort Cumberland walking trail. Good to see and read
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Some might say it is just a cabin of no pretentious, but it represents part of this country's history. Worth seeing to understand how far thius country has come
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We were traveling back to Ohio and made a pit stop in Cumberland to stretch our legs. Googled what was around and stopped here to check it out. It’s a little cabin, door was locked and no attendant around. There’s a statue of George in the window along with a few
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"Headquarters" is simply a recently made building representing a historic site, even if it existed in the first place. The Joshua Fry plaque is in need of paint.
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This was apart of the C & O trail and we walked the whole thing. It was okay. I can't say it was that spectacular but we enjoyed the history associated with it.
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