Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
Log house at Hawthorne Hills, p. 96
LOG HOUSE AT HAWTHORNE HIL The three room 100 year old log house which was southeast of Newburg is now at Hawthorne Hills. The Michael Ahner, who came to Wisconsin from Br lean-to was added later. The logs in the house are I logs were used in the lean-to, and all the logs were shaped to fit with an ax. They are held together wi" house has two wood burning stoves instead of a firep' from central Germany thought that fireplaces were dii The main section of the house contains a kitchi and small stair hall with a half garret above. The The living areaas large enough for dancing, az the house the bull fiddle that provided the music. There was also sleeping room in the attic, but those days was not as snug as it is today. One of tl recalled that it was not unusual to wake up and find on his blankets. Many of the original furnishings such as a trun) pewter tankard, books, papers and musical instrumentf Later, a pioneer village will-be built which wvi barn, stone block house, smoke house, octogan barn, I and general store.
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