Category Archives: log cabins

Did colonial courthouse windows end up in the Dover area?

See below for the transcription of an interesting clipping from the September 23, 1937 York Gazette and Daily found in the York County History Center files. It reads:

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Log Cabin Campaign Headquarters in York

Lewis Miller drawing of 1840 W.H.Harrison campaign headquarters. In 1840 Democrats derisively campaigned that the Whig candidate for President, William Henry Harrison, would be more at home in a log cabin. The Whigs seized the idea and used it as … Continue reading

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