The Log Cabin gives a taste of home life in the late 1800s. The fireplace is constructed from local stone with a mantle of rosewood, walnut and pine. The original “trundle-style” bed, complete with a corn shuck mattress, stands against one wall. A variety of tools and household items can be seen along with clothing and toys, a loom and a weasel of yarn winder. A kitchen, separate from the original log cabin, is in the back room and it holds many items that the “lady of the house” might have used in the mid-to-late 1800s.There are many artifacts and historical papers chronicling the history of this area from prehistoric times through the centuries of Indian habitation to the present. In 2017-2018 The Questers will identify and place identification markers on the trees along the walkway from the museum to the Indian Rock Cave that sits approximately 200 yards below the cabin along the Indian Hills Golf Course.