Marybeth Heikes

Paintings in Watercolor & Mixed Media

Perjue Cabin

Perjue Cabin

Watercolor

Perjue Cabin was built and lived in by one of Appanoose County’s earliest white settlers in 1843, Andrew Perjue. This was before Iowa was a state and still inhabited by Indians. It was dismantled, rebuilt and stood in the Centerville Park for several years. It is no longer there — I have no idea if it was moved to somewhere else or what. I painted it because it is a historical place and was request by a customer.

Posted in Midwest Life on October 7, 2010.

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