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Patton Log Cabin

Patton Log Cabin

National Register of Historic Places
John Patton, one of the area's first settlers, built the cabin in June of 1829. Unusual to the westward settlement of America, the cabin was built with the help of the area's Native Americans. In 1969 the cabin was dismantled, moved and rebuilt in the Lexington Park District. Tours are available by appointment, June through September.

Lexington Park District
Lexington
IL
61753
309.365.3331

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