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An Important Historical Landmark

Whether you are a historian, someone who needs a unique log cabin wedding location, a meeting and event planner, or just someone who is proud of our Nashville heritage, the Buchanan Log Cabin complex will have something fascinating for you!  Three of the complex's historical features are:
 

The Buchanan Log House:

This charming two-story log house was built in 1807-1808.  It has evolved through the years into a unique historic property which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  The house is built of chestnut logs with poplar floors.   Original limestone fireplaces provide focal points for the parlor and Lucinda's room.  Read More...
 

The Addison House:

The Addison House, located within the Buchanan Log House Complex, is thought to have built by Addison Buchanan at the time of his first marriage in 1847, on the 50-acre  tract of land willed to him by his father in 1841, about 1/3 mile from his Father's Log Home, the Buchanan Log House.  Addison's Log Home was moved in 1998, and now sits, majestically, next to his parents’ Log Home.  Read More...
 

James Buchanan Cemetery:

This beautiful and historical Buchanan Cemetery was chosen by families of James and Lucinda,  several of their children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren to be the final resting place for their loved ones.  As of today,  144 persons have been identified as being interred in this cemetery  - many are in unmarked grave sites.   108 unmarked grave sites remain unidentified.  Read More...

We welcome visits and requests for more information and hope you come to enjoy and love the Buchanan Log House as much as we do!


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