||J. K. Miller House
||Miller, J.K., House
||1401 W. Walker St.
||cabins, log houses; houses, residential buildings; pioneers
||Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
||1401 W. Walker St. at Brown St.
||16" x 12"
|| Pioneer home of James Kinsey Miller and wife Orrena (Tabor), who came to Texas from North Carolina in 1852, settling in 1860 in area of later Denison. About 1866 Miller and his sons built 2-room dogtrot house of oak logs over stone cellar with gun ports for defense in Indian attacks. Later additions made the house more livable. In family of 14 children, a Miller daughter born in this house was the first known native of Denison.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1972
Incise in base: Preserved by Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Blood