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This is a contributing entry for Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village and only appears as part of that tour.Learn More.

One of the first businesses started in a frontier town was the saloon. Men could have lunch, play checkers or cards, get a drink, or throw their bedrolls on the floor upstairs to spend the night.

This cabin was built in 1886 on Badger Mountain above East Wenatchee as the home of Matthias Jacobsen. It was purchased in 1913 by Charles Weaver and was later used as the Weaver family home until 1951. The Weaver family donated the cabin to our museum in 1973.