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Fed by settlers from the Pennsylvania hearth of Germans and Scotch-Irish near Philadelphia, as well as settlers 32 Two Tennessee Hearths from Virginia, Maryland, and especially western North Carolina, the Watauga hearth became a tertiary settlement region. In 1784, realizing their unique level of cohesiveness, the people of the Watauga Settlements formed the “State of Franklin,” a short-lived attempt at independence from North Carolina. The Wataugans may have had Scotch-Irish and German heritages, but they developed into an American frontier culture with a pioneer way of life.
In the next two chapters, we will examine log-construction techniques, types of log folk houses, and log barns and outbuildings on the contemporary Tennessee landscape. Two Tennessee Hearths 37 Chapter 3 Log Houses The Log Cabin: Symbol, Myth, or Reality? Now that we have acknowledged Tennessee’s early settlement history, we can examine the cultural landscape in which the log cabin symbolizes pioneer spirit as well as shelter. A log cabin may be the definitive representation of frontier life, of a family’s struggles with an inhospitable wilderness.
I will discuss each of these in detail later in this chapter. ) Early observers described Tennessee’s log dwellings in fascinating ways. In 1853, J. G. M. Ramsey wrote this about a typical log house: The dwelling-house, on every frontier in Tennessee, was the log-cabin. A carpenter and mason were not needed to build them—much less the painter, the glazier or the upholsterer. Every settler had, besides his rifle, no other instrument but an axe, a hatchet and a butcher knife. A saw, an augur, a froe and a broad-axe, would supply a whole settlement, and were used as common property in the erection of the log-cabin.
Apartment Buildings Today by Andrea Burato