Joe Swasey and sons and the Nordell brothers (tied into the Swasey family by marriage) built this cabin on the San Rafael Swell in 1921 in the Sinbad area. This photograph was taken when they were beginning the cabin. The cabin is now on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built near the Cliffdweller and made an important stopping place for anyone who had horses in the area. The cabin was always unlocked and in a sense, seen as a community house because anyone was welcome to use it.
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