Visit this log cabin that was occupied from its beginning (circa 1795) through the 1960s. See the many visible indicators of the numerous transitional modernization periods the cabin has experienced. The original builders of the cabin probably never envisioned the cabins life expectancy nor the influence its occupants would have on the cultural developments. Enjoy the stories relating to the various families occupying the cabin including William King; William Alexander Stuart, brother of Confederate Cavalry General J. E. B. Stuart; Flora Stuart, the widow of Gen. Stuart; and others. This cabin is part of the Wilderness Route, celebrating the first Frontier Settlers and the Migration Story to move westward.