The Graham-Brush Log House: (Places)
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§7 The Graham-Brush Log House

"Constructed sometime after 1773 by Lewis Graham."
by
R. A. Davis


 Contents:

Background

TBD

Phase 1 Report (History)

Lewis Graham's House in Pine Plains: A Revolutionary Log Building
by Neil Larson
Published (2000) in The Hudson River Valley Review
[Larson, Neil. "Lewis Graham's House: A Revolutionary Log Building." Volume XVII, No. 1 (March, 2000), pp. 56 - 80.]

Topics include (with numerous illustrations):

  • General Description
  • Log House, Phase I: c1776
  • Log House, Phase II: c1776-1780
  • Log Architecture
  • Temporary Log Housing During the Revolutionary War
  • The Graham Family
  • Evidence of Lewis Graham's Presence in Pine Plains
  • Alfred Brush and the Redefinition of the Log House
  • The Dibblee Era: Graham-Brush House as a Historic Relic
  • Recent History

Phase 2 Report (Archaeology)

Archaeological Investigation (10.3 Mbytes, in PDF format)

OPRHP 99PR1492

Prepared for: Little Nine Partners Historical Society
P.O. Box 243
Pine Plains, New York 12567

Prepared by: CITY/SCAPE: Cultural Resource Consultants
166 Hillair Circle
White Plains, New York 10605
Submitted: May 2008

Table of Contents
Management Summary
Phase 2 Archaeological Investigation
Introduction 1
Background Information 2
Household History and Census Data for the Graham-Brush Log House 3
Architectural History of the Graham-Brush Log House 5
Phase I B Reconnaissance Survey of the Graham-Brush Log House 7
Field Methodology 9
Laboratory Methods 9
Field Results 10
Artifact Analysis from the Graham-Brush Log House 11
Dating the Graham-Brush Log House 16
Summary and Conclusions 17
Bibliography 20
APPENDICES:
Appendix A: Maps & Figures
Appendix B: Photographs
Appendix C: Excavation Unit North Wall Profiles Appendix D: Excavation Unit Records
Appendix E: Artifact Catalog

The Restoration

Roof

Windows

Utility Cellar

North Lean-to

Bathroom

West Chimney

Footing
Firebox
Liner

Utilities

Exterior

Painting
Cellarway

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