Since the move to the Bradley House, we have added the Chaney House to the museum grounds.   It is a dogtrot log home built in the mid-1800s by the Chaney family in Osage where it formerly sat until we purchased it, dismantled and moved it to Jasper.   The old house which survived the Civil War and is thought to have been a Butterfield Stage Stop is not completely restored yet due to a lack of funds.  It cost a lot more to build a log cabin now then it did back in the day.