The Col. James Graham House is a historic log cabin located on West Virginia Route 3 in Lowell, West Virginia. It was built in 1770 as a home for Col. James Graham, the first settler of Lowell, and his family. It was later the site of an Indian attack on the Graham family in 1777. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 16, 1976. It is currently operating as a museum.

Twin Falls State Park Pioneer Farm, West Virginia by Jcphotos4, via Flickr

The Homestead. Old log cabin tucked away on the top of a mountains in West Virginia.

so cute! like a little Lincoln Log house ;)

cute cabin

Vintage West Virginia...

Cathedral State Park, WV - about 2.5 hrs outside Pgh. Home to an amazing forest of massive trees!

West Virginia Art Print This piece features the state formed from each county's name written in the proper place and shape of that county. Fine art print Printed on Ultra Premium Lustre Paper Shown in 11x14 Frame not included By CAPow!

"Dream Cabin." Hinton, West Virginia.

I would take this one too

Beautiful cabin to rent in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee! I need to keep this website for the future!

West Virginia Country Church

A wonderful old church near Snowshoe WV.

West Virginia

Lowell WV: Summers County: 1770 Graham House This is the oldest house still standing in West Virginia.

Graham House is a historic log cabin located on West Virginia Route 3 in Lowell, West Virginia. It was built in 1770 as a home for Col. James Graham, the first settler of Lowell, and his family. It was later the site of an Indian attack on the Graham family in 1777. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 16, 1976. It is currently operating as a museum.

Can't believe I lived near this place for 4 years and never knew about it. If I ever go back, I want to see it. HISTORIC ROSEWELL ... where the past is a presence. The ruins of one of the finest mansions built in the colonies sit on the banks of the York River in Gloucester County, Virginia

Shirley Plantation is located in Charles City, Virginia, which is between Richmond and Williamsburg. Established in 1613, Shirley Plantation is the oldest plantation in Virginia. The home and plantation has been operated by and lived in by 11 generations of the same family.

Elsing Green Plantation, rests along the Pamunkey River in King William Co., Virginia, near Richmond. The 18th-century plantation has been in continuous operation for more than 300 years. The exterior of the Queen Anne manor house is Flemish-bond brickwork, with its erection dating back to between 1715 & 1720. It is two-stories & U-shaped, with east & west wings jutting to the north. Doors on either side of the wing lead to a detached east dependency home & a west kitchen house.

A historic home with a grisly past. Award winning photojournalist Brad Rice has the story of The Graham House in Lowell, West Virginia.

At the end of the 19th century there were more than 500 operational grist mills in West Virginia, USA. Now most of them have either vanished back in to the environment or are idle beside the rushing streams that once powered them. This is Glade Creek Grist Mill. You can see more of this beautiful working mill here www.naturalhomes.org/gladecreekmill.htm