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2011-0925D0101 Indexed

2011-0925D0101 Indexed

Roberts Cabin

In the early 1800's, the area northeast of Camden was begun to be settled, and was known as the Mount Hope area. Thomas Henry Roberts purchased 160 acres for two (2) bales of cotton in this area which featured several creeks and soil conducive to growing cotton. in the early 1860's he began the construction of a log cabin from yellow pines logs felled on the property. The logs are hand-hewn, dovetailed and double mortised, and the corners reinforced with wooden pegs. The front porch completed the construction of the cabin. It became the gathering place for the children to play and the adults to gather and visit. This cabin serves as a reminder and testimony to the early settlers who came to Wilcox County in the hope of building a better life, and who cleared land, built homes, planted and harvested crops, and raised their families.

The Roberts family lived in the cabin until 1918 when they moved to a farm closer to Camden. The cabin had several tenants from 1918 until it was abandoned in the 1950's. The Town of Pine Apple agreed to accept the cabin donated by the Roberts Family in May 2007, and it has been relocated to the Pine Apple Town Park. Don Donald coordinated the project, with the formal contract executed between the Roberts Family and the Town of Pine Apple. Funding for the project was provided by the Roberts Family, the Town of Pine Apple, the Wilcox Historical Society, Pine Apple Promotions, and several private donors. Harold Grimes, Jr. donated the new lumber required for the flooring, roof joists, end siding, and the interior walls. Mr. Grimes also installed the interior wall boards, the mantel, and the artifact display tables and supports. Joe Harris performed the move and erection at the new site. The installation of the chimney using the original rocks and "chinking" between the logs was done by Michael Phelps. Harold Grimes, III donated much of the material needed to complete the log chinking. The period furniture, tools, and cooking utensils were donated by Mrs. June Bonner. A special thanks is extended to the Roberts Family for the donation of this historic structure.

Dedicated May 24, 2008

Town Park, Main Street - County Road 59, Pine Apple, Wilcox County, Alabama. September 25, 2011. (TC)

USACE donates office furniture to international nonprofit in Romania

USACE donates office furniture to international nonprofit in Romania

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District contractors load office equipment and furniture March 24 onto one of three trucks bound for Child Life International, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting the needy of Romania. The nonprofit's director made a request to the Defense Reutilization Marketing Service for used furniture, which was passed on to the district. Ongoing renovation projects at the district's headquarters in the Amelia Earhart Center allowed district logistics management office to fulfill the organization's need. Three trucks of serviceable office furniture are scheduled to arrive in Romania by early April. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Carol Davis)

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