Log cabin

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Jack London's cabin

A log cabin is a house built from wooden logs. They were first built in Norway, but are usually associated with the woods areas of the United States.[1] Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin, and that is the basis for the toy "Lincoln Logs". Log Cabins have also been a symbol in American politics, as some Presidents said they were born in log cabins to make them seem closer to the people."[2] A group of Republicans who dislike some of the stands of the Republican Party call themselves "Log Cabin Republicans"..[3]

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  1. Log Cabins in America:The Finnish Experience, National Park Service Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plan, accessed 2 Jul 2008
  2. Lepore, Jill. "BOUND FOR GLORY: Writing campaign lives", The New Yorker, 20 October 2008.
  3. Log Cabin's Guerriero Talks Aggressive Strategy