High quality wood, when properly treated and installed, can last generations. Here are some Kansas homes that demonstrate the natural material’s durability.
Constitution Hall. Built in 1857, Constitution Hall housed the legislative assembly. The clapboard structure is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a National Historic Landmark. The building was a finalist in the “8 Wonders of Kansas” and demonstrates that wooden construction can last.
Wetzel Cabin. This historic log structure was built in 1857 and is now operated by the Geary County Historical Society. The home was moved to a new location in 2004 and restored soon thereafter.
Wetzel Cabin image via www.gchsweb.org
Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum. This wood-frame, Gothic-revival cottage was constructed in 1863 and was where Earhart was born, in 1897.
Image via Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum
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