The Nederlo Granary
Jens Nederlo came over from the old country (Norway) with his wife, Ragnild, and his children, Ole and Lena. Another son, Ever Nederlo, was born in a log cabin near Mt. Sterling. This granary was built by Ever in the 1890’s. It was used for storing oats, wheat, buckwheat and beans. Ever grew wheat until he quit farming in 1920 to become a blacksmith in Mt. Sterling. In 1933, the farm was bought by Ever’s oldest son, Edwin.
In 1969 the farm was purchased by the county for a recreational area. This granary was donated to the Log Cabin Village by Crawford County.