Here’s a list of selected links I‘m glad to recommend to anyone who wants to learn more about log cabins, past and present. I'll keep adding to the list, but if you'd like to recommend one or adda link please email me.
Log Cabin Living: Whether you’re interested in building a cabin yourself or have been considering having a log home built for you, this site is a good place to begin. A great resource, with plenty of links to useful websites and information.
LogHomeLinks.com: Hundreds of links, articles, & information to assist with log home building and buying research. Includes links to log home builders, timber frame homes, design, log furniture, financing, books and magazines, and much more.
International Log Builder’s Association: Worldwide trade organization whose member companies are dedicated to furthering the craft of handcrafted log buildings. Includes a directory and educational information.
Tools And Supplies
Lehman’s Non-Electric Catalog: A great source of traditional woodworking tools and other items of use around the homestead, many available nowhere else. You’ll learn something browsing through its catalog, on or offline.
Perma-Chink Systems: Everything for treating, preserving or restoring logs, and special supplies which can take some of the ongoing chores out of chinking. Shop online or order the catalog.
The Log Cabin in History
Museum of Appalachia: If you’re into log cabins, you must pay a visit to this living museum in Norris Tennessee. Dedicated to preserving and promoting the traditional lifestyle of the Southern Appalachians, it features several restored log cabin homes and buildings, stocked with the objects of everyday life.
A Home From The Woodsis available for order now from iUniverse,Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com, BooksAMillion.com or for order through your local bookstore.
Home from the Woods
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