Iowa’s Oldest Standing Building Was Around When This Guy Was President
It's a structure so old that it was built when the sixth president of the United States was in office. These days it serves as a museum that tells the tale of its long history in Iowa.
Not only is it the oldest building in Iowa, but according to the Historical Marker Database, it's also the oldest standing structure west of the Mississippi River.
Welcome to Iowa's Louis Arriandeaux Log House
Originally built back in 1827, the Louis Arriandeaux Log house is found in Dubuque County, Iowa, near the Mississippi River. This was back in the days of America's sixth president of the United States, John Quincy Adams.
The home was initially occupied by French Fur Trader, Louis Arriandeaux and later by American Pioneer, William Newman.
The cabin has seen its share of history in its almost 200-year existence. Including Iowa statehood, the U.S. Civil War, and the turn of the twentieth century.
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