Northern House - Pioneer Village
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Northern House - Pioneer Village

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The Northern Home is an original structure moved from Newman Canyon, approximately 25 miles southeast of Flagstaff. It is an example of "saddle and rider" notching technique used during the 1880's.

The home belonged to Jeff D. Newman in 1886 who's family included his wife, three sons and five daughters.

The children, all 8 of them, slept upstairs in the loft.

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