Piedmont man documents life growing up on large family farm in early to mid-1900s

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In 1913, a young Yadkin County married couple acquired an existing old log cabin, disassembled it, moved it to family property and reassembled it.

That couple would go on to raise 12 children.

The youngest of the 12 has moved the cabin again and restored it.

The old log cabin means a lot to the family and represents a snapshot of farm life in the early to mid-1900s.

Cleve Hollar, former superintendent of Yadkin County Schools, says restoring the old cabin inspired him to write about growing in a large family on a farm.

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