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"To Give the Past a Future" since 1964
Stone's Trace Historical Society
welcomes you to a page from the past!
Home of the Stone's Tavern Inn National Historic Site and the Annual Stone's Trace Festival of early American Settler and Pioneer Life and Crafts. Home of Stone's Trace Regulators & Midwest Muzzle Loading, Black-powder Shooting Events, and the Annual Stone's Trace Regulators Rendezvous and Primitive Camp.
COME HEAR THE CANNONS FIRE EVERY HOUR DURING THE FESTIVAL!
"To Giving the past a future"
We would like to welcome the public to come and see the Gramling Cabin.
Relocated and reconstructed on Stone's Trace grounds
Donated by the Gramling family.
Originally built in 1850 by the gramling family of Dekalb County, Indiana. It was moved 45 miles from its orginal location to a permantent home at Stone's Trace site. It was reconstructed by Stone's Trace volunteers & Stone's Trace Regulators' members. Feel free to walk through this 19th century home as we continue to make progress on giving the past a future.
As we continue our work, we are counting on the generous support of our friends who understand the value of preserving these early Indiana and American historical structures.
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