Woolly family cabin

Woolly family cabin, Woolly State Park, Arkansas, November 4, 2007

Woolly State Park, Arkansas, November 4, 2007

William Riley Woolly and his family migrated from Waynesboro, Tennessee in 1851, settling on land that came to be known as Woolly Hollow in Faulkner County, Arkansas.  In 1882, a son, Martin Alfred Woolly, built a one room log home on land that he had homesteaded in 1859.  Constructed of logs more than a foot thick and eighteen feet long, the cabin was originally located less than a mile southwest of the park.  In 1975, it was moved to its present site and restored.

Information: Woolly Hollow State Park

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