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Samantha's Cabin
As posted on the National Park Service information sign near this log building: “1886 Samantha’s Cabin Warren Johnson, who took over operations after the Lees, built this cabin for his second wife Samantha and their young children. Samantha lived here only a year until the large family home was completed next door. When she moved out, farm hands move in. In 1897, new ferryman James Emett converted the cabin into a school for the children of Lee’s Ferry. Using salvaged parts from a steamboat abandoned along the shore of the Colorado River, Emett extended wall and improved the floor and roof. Throughout the years the cabin housed ranch workers and travelers, then reprised its role as a schoolhouse in the 1920s. By 1935, vacationers could rent the cabin at the new Paradise Canyon Ranch.”
Copyright: Ken Stahley
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16000x8000
Taken: 18/10/2023
Загружена: 30/10/2023


Tags: stahley; arzona; lee; ferry; ranch; paradise; valley; colorado; river; pioneer; weaver; cabin; guest; history; samantha; school; schoolhouse
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