Susan Laws, left, and Debbie Larrison members of the Warren County Historical Society stand in front of a log wall that allows the light and weather into the McKee Cabin in the Heritage Village outside the Warren County Historical Museum. The group says the log cabin is in need of restoration to preserve the history and protect the historical items housed within.

The future is looking brighter for a 170-year-old relic of Warren County’s past.


Volunteers in 1973 work to reconstruct the McKee Cabin in its present-day location in the Heritage Village at the Warren County Historical Museum.


The Warren County Historical Society has a plan to save the McKee Cabin in the Heritage Village outside the Warren County Historical Museum. The cabin is showing its age and after several minor repairs years ago, now showing it is in need for an overall restoration to save the wood, the connecting joints between logs and protect the precious historical items housed within.

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