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Historic Log House Preserved

The Brampton Historical Society has announced that the Pendergast Log House has been relocated to and restored at the Historic Bovaird House property. The Pendergast Log House is a rare cultural heritage resource built in the mid-1800s, and is one of last known surviving log houses in that city. In the 1920s the log house was clad in brick, which helped protect it for almost a century. The log house was originally located on the former Pendergast Farm near McVean Drive and Countryside Drive.

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