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Maintaining a museum AND a 1835 log cabin isn't cheap. Taking care of our collection of thousands of items, photos, letters, objects is very costly as well. Creating new displays, having programs, printing, etc - it never ends! Please help support us! It doesn't matter if your family has been here 5 generations or 5 years, join us!

And yes, support with memberships or purchasing items is important. But even more important is your time - would you consider volunteering? 1 hour a month? 1 day every other week? Anything helps!

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Our Brick Fundraiser for the Cabin is closed

It costs money and time to install bricks, so at this time we aren't going to take any orders.

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Buy-A-Brick Nicholas Barker Cabin Rebuild Fundraiser

"Excitement is in the air" is an understatement. We, the Westfield Washington Historical Society have received approval from the City Council and the City to reconstruct our 1835 Nicholas Barker log cabin in the vacant lot beside City Hall. We have chosen a reconstruction company and plans are underway. Hopefully, construction will begin in the May timeframe.

This cabin was built by Nicholas Barker about 1835. He was a member of the Quaker Meeting of Friends and we are convinced he was involved in the Underground Railroad. This 22' x 20' cabin has some extra special hand planed wooden beams that are more finely crafted than most cabins of the day. It is a one room cabin with a huge 10' fireplace. Some of the native to the area hand hued logs are 23 to 25 inches tall.

Now, see why we are so excited! We are offering families and businesses in our community and connected to our community the opportunity to be a part of this cabin by purchasing a Nicholas Barker Log Cabin Walkway Brick. These bricks come in two sizes, a 4" x 8" for $100 or an 8" x 8" for $200. These bricks will be the sidewalk going to and coming from the cabin. Please consider memorializing your family or business by purchasing one (or more!) of these bricks. 

You can donate to our fundraiser and as thank you your name, a relative or business name will be put on a 4x8 or 8x8 brick that will be part of the sidewalk of the reconstructed historic cabin!