Jackson-Washington State Forest Museum Building – Brownstown IN

Description

Concrete foundation, wood shingles. Built in 1935 by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) as a museum building, constructed with logs from an old cabin (furnished by Jackson Co Historical Society), the Peter’s house, that had stood in the vicinity of Vallonia.

Source notes

DNR Historic Site and Structures Inventory; Outdoor Indiana 1934-1942; Department of Conservation Annual Reports 1933-1942

Project originally submitted by Indiana DNR, Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology on September 14, 2015.

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Location Info


Jackson-Washington State Forest
Brownstown, IN 47220

Coordinates: 38.716649, -86.027462

2 comments on “Jackson-Washington State Forest Museum Building – Brownstown IN

  1. Patches Tolbert

    When will this be available for renting?

    • Gabriel Milner

      You need to contact the venue directly. We only list it as a New Deal site.

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