Title

Gregory and Joy Johnson had their Swedish ancestors' hand-hewn log cabin in nort

Source

Down East

Date

12-1-2007

Pages

80-83

Abstract

Gregory and Joy Johnson had their Swedish ancestors' hand-hewn log cabin in northern Maine moved to Harpswell and resurrected. Gregory's father and grandfather were born in the cabin, which his great-grandfather, Carl Johnson, built. Larry Totten restored and rebuilt the cabin, with modifications for its use as a guest house. Robert Moulton of Bath added a new wing, with details that blended with the old. The cozy cabin is decorated in Scandinavian style, and the Johnson's celebrated their first Christmas there in December.

Subjects

Houses Harpswell, Log cabins

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