Rear of the General Clark replica cabin. Typical of the era, relatively wealthy homeowner's homes could be 12 feet by 15 feet. Often one room homes but situated on thousands of acres of land. This particular cabin was located with a very scenic view of the Ohio River and today's town of Louisville, Kentucky on the distance shore. General Clark was never wealthy and was never paid all of his military pension. He died living on his sister's and brother-in-laws plantation east of Louisville.