Beaver Jim Villines boyhood home.  Abraham Villines and his children were among the earliest pioneer families in the Buffalo River Valley. Abraham's grandson William built this log house in 1850 for his new bride, Rebecca. Four years later their son James was born here.<br />
James Villines was known as "Beaver Jim" for his renowned trapping ability.  In the mid-twentieth century, Villines family descendants used this house as a barn, with the chimney still attached.  Today, the notched and hand-hewn logs recall the pioneers who carved their home out of the buffalo River Wilderness.
  
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Beaver Jim Villines boyhood home. Abraham Villines and his children were among the earliest pioneer families in the Buffalo River Valley. Abraham's grandson William built this log house in 1850 for his new bride, Rebecca. Four years later their son James was born here.
James Villines was known as "Beaver Jim" for his renowned trapping ability. In the mid-twentieth century, Villines family descendants used this house as a barn, with the chimney still attached. Today, the notched and hand-hewn logs recall the pioneers who carved their home out of the buffalo River Wilderness.

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