CALHOUN PARK'S HERITAGE VILLAGE IS GROWING

(09/21/2009)

Heritage Village is growing, now with seven structures

Calhoun County Park's Heritage Village is growing, with the addition of a seventh structure last week.

Jim Bell's latest acquisition is a hundred-year-old primitive workshop, built and used by Grantsville resident L. T. Stump.

Stump, according to Bell, managed to make a living making sleds, wagon wheels, ladders and other carpenter projects.

The Stump workshop enters Calhoun Park, coming
to rest in the woods between Steven's one room
school and Charley Starcher's blacksmith shop

Bell said the building will likely house a large number of tools and equipment used by early Calhoun residents, or it could be converted to a church.

"We've been looking for a church building for the village for quite a while," said Bell.

Stump's workshop was on Bell's property on Phillip's Run, just south of Grantsville along Rt. 16.

The building was moved Friday by May Movers.


Hur Herald ®from Sunny Cal
The information on these pages, to the extent the law allows, remains the exclusive property of Bob Weaver and The Hur Herald. information cannot be not be used in any type of commercial endeavor, or used on a web site without the express permission of the owner. ©Hur Herald Publishing, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017