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Dogtrot house The dogtrot, also known as a breezeway house, dog-run, or possum-trot, is a style of house that was common throughout the Southeastern United States during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Some theories place its origins in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Some scholars believe the style developed in the post-Revolution frontiers of Kentucky and Tennessee. Others note its presence in the low country of the Carolinas from an early period. The main style point was a large breezeway through the center of the house to cool occupants in the hot southern climate.
Dogtrot house The Dallas Heritage Village, in Dallas, Texas hosts a dogtrot house built in the winter of 1845-1846 near what is now the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. This dogtrot was originally a log cabin, but was later covered in clapboard.
Dogtrot house The LSU Rural Life Museum in Baton Rouge, Louisiana includes a restored dogtrot house built by Thomas Neal Sr. from the 1860s to the early 1870s in Rapides Parish. The home was lived in by descendants of Mr. Neal until 1976; the house was moved to the museum in 1979.
Dogtrot house The Log Cabin Village, a living history village owned and operated by the city of Fort Worth, Texas includes the restored Parker Cabin, which was built by a relative of Cynthia Ann Parker in 1848.
Dogtrot house The Sterne-Hoya House was built in Nacogdoches, Texas in 1830 by Texas Revolution leader Adolphus Sterne as a dogtrot, although the open breezeway was later enclosed.
Dogtrot house Around 1820, the Jacob Wolf House in Norfork, Arkansas was constructed. The two-story dog-trot home of a pioneer leader is the oldest known standing structure in the state. The house was designated as a county seat and courthouse in 1825 by the territorial legislature.
Dogtrot house The Sam Houston Memorial Museum in Huntsville, Texas has two dogtrot cabins. The Woodland House, the most important structure at the museum, was constructed in 1847 by Sam Houston when he was serving as one of Texas's first United States senators. and has siding over log construction. The Bear Bend Cabin, a four-room, story-and-a-half log cabin, was built by Sam Houston as a hunting lodge in the 1850s.
Dogtrot house A dogtrot house historically consisted of two log cabins connected by a breezeway or "dogtrot", all under a common roof. Typically one cabin was used for cooking and dining while the other was used as a private living space, such as a bedroom. The primary characteristics of a dogtrot house is that it is typically one story (although -story and more rare two-story examples survive), has at least two rooms averaging between wide that each flank an open-ended central hall. Additional rooms usually take the form of a semidetached ell or shed flanking the hall, most commonly at the rear. Enclosed shed rooms are also sometimes found at the front, although a shed-roof front porch is the most common form.
Dogtrot house The Museum of West Louisiana in Leesville includes the Alexander Airhart Home, a dogtrot house.
Dogtrot house The Old Choate House Museum in Indianola, Oklahoma is a story and a half dogtrot house that once belonged to a past Choctaw Senate president.