Barnard-Newell Cabin Interior

The Barnard-Newell Cabin at Pioneer Park is a dogtrot log house built around 1830 by enslaved people owned by Creek military leader Maj. William Barnard. He served under U.S. general John Floyd during the Creek War of 1813-14 and was awarded 640 acres in what is now Lee County as a reward. The cabin passed through several owners after Barnard's death and was donated by owner Newell Floyd to the Lee County Historical Museum in 2013 and relocated to the park grounds.

Photo courtesy of the Lee County Historical Museum