Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 74001654
Historic Name LANE CABIN
Description of Significance BUILT IN 1880 BY COWBOY AND TRADER JIM LANE, THIS TWO ROOM SOD HOUSE SERVED AS A TRADING POST ON THE JONES AND PLUMMER TRAIL. AS BEAVER CITY DEVELOPED, THE SODDY WAS USED AS A RESIDENCE AND FRAME ADDITIONS WERE ADDED. CURRENTLY STUCCOED, THE LANE CABIN IS THE OLDEST RECORDED BUILDING IN THE PANHANDLE. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 6/5/74.
Current Name
Address CORNER OF MAIN STREET AND C AVENUE
City BEAVER
County BEAVER
Lot
Block
Current Section 18
Township 4N
Range 24E
Type BUILDING
Historic Function SINGLE DWELLING
Current Function SINGLE DWELLING
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 EXPLORATION/ SETTLEMENT
Date Prepared 1971-1972
Year Built 1880
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder JIM LANE, BUILDER
Architectural Style NATIONAL FOLK: SOD HOUSE
Roof Material WOOD
Wall Material EARTH; STUCCO
Window Material UNCOLLECTED
Door Material UNCOLLECTED
Decorative Details
Condition FAIR
Comments INFORMED VIA SECTION 106 PROJECT ON 10 JUNE 2019 THAT BUILDING IS NO LONGER STANDING.
Restricted N