The Nothnagle Log Cabin
This one-room cabin is believed to have been built by Benjamin Braman in the mid-1600's and is the oldest standing wooden structure on the North American continent.

Constructed of square-hewn logs which were interlocking at the ends and did not require any nails, with a low-beamed ceiling, it has a large corner fireplace in a rear corner. Some historians believe this type of log cabin construction was introduced in America by the Finns rather than the Swedes, since many of the 17th century settlers were Finnish.
(Privately Owned)
Near the intersection of Broad Street, Paulsboro and the Paulsboro-Swedesboro Road, Greenwich Township