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Photo courtesy of Hope Marshall. Click to visit external site.

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Photo courtesy of Hope Marshall. Click to visit external site.
The Hiram Hubbard House is an old stone house built at the beginning of the 19th century and is located in Champion.

Ownership of the home remained in the Hubbard family until 2005, when descendants of Hiram Hubbard donated the house to the 4 River Valley Historical Society. The society is currently renovating the structure, with hopes that the house will become a meeting place for the society. [1]

The 4 River Valley Historical Society received a $130,000 grant, which will be used to restore the house. Work on the restoration began in August, 2012.







See Also

Historic Structures in Jefferson County
Stone Buildings
YNN: Hubbard Home Being Restored
WTD: Historical Home Renovations Begin


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  1. ^ http://www.4rvhs.org/hhh.html