Shrock Premier Custom Construction was called upon to ensure that this historical cabin would be preserved for many generations to come. Although this commercial project was relatively small, it required some unique skills such as chinking. It now remains a center piece of the village and will continue to open its doors to visitors for many years.
Morgan Workman built his log-cabin home—that doubled as his Dunkard Church—in 1840. The home served its purpose for nearly one hundred years before being left vacant. In 1963 it was restored and moved to Central Park, where it is now supplied with period-authentic home goods and on display to the public as a living-history museum showcasing life on the frontier.