DeWitt Log House

The log house of Zachariah Price DeWitt is the oldest remaining structure in Oxford Township. It is the last of the pioneer homesteads established along the Four-Mile Creek before Oxford Township, the town of Oxford or Miami University even existed.

The DeWitt Log House is a two-story log structure constructed by the early settlers from new Jersey by way of Kentucky that was built in 1805.

New for 2020: Take a virtual tour of the DeWitt Log House on the Oxford Museum Association website!