Along the banks of the Darby Creek, within earshot of the noise and bustle
of the 21st century, stands a piece of America's past. The Swedish style log cabin was over 100 years old at the time of the American Revolution.
The cabin is believed to be built by early Swedish settlers, and to have been part of the New Sweden colony. The cabin was most likely built between 1638 and 1655, but the exact year is not known.