This blog was originally set-up for the Tri-State Genealogical Society. Under the new leadership, this blog and the original web site are no longer officially recognized by the society; however, it is continuing to be maintained by its creator, John G. West.
The Shubael Little Pioneer Village... Perry County, Indiana Just North of Rocky Point
Becky & I had a delightful 4 hours visiting these reconstructed log cabins built by some Perry County pioneers. There are currently four cabins and one outhouse that were dismantled and moved to the Chuck Poehlein farm and rebuilt in his woods. They have a Rogier Oven and the Ramsey Shelter, as well. They have a donation of a stone building from Rockport and the George Little cabin has been dismantled and transported to the woods for assembly. Many of them are Becky's birth family ancestors. This first cabin was last used by the Charles Wesley Hinton family, the wife being Mary Ann Carter (daughter of Homer Hull Carter). The original owner and builder of this cabin was William Wilberton Carter(1833-1895)... Becky's Great, Great Grandfather. William & Homer were brothers and believed to be the sons of Mason Carter.
Front entrance and chimney views of the William Carter/Hinton Cabin built in 1854 & rebuilt in 2000.
Outhouse near the Carter/Hinton cabin.
Above photo shows the Homer Hull Carter cabin that has just been fully completed!
Above is the fireplace & mantle of the James Falls Cabin with a lady dressed in period clothing. Below is a young man dressed in period clothing who worked very hard helping out all day in front of the Homer Carter Cabin.
Two ladies dressed in period clothing making apple dumplings (gooood!) in the Homer Carter Cabin.