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Repairs continue on the historic Cuckoo house, built by the Pendleton family in 1819 just outside Mineral Va., which lost both its chimneys and two walls in last year's earthquake and according to contractors on site, will take approximately one million dollars to repair.  (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

Repairs continue on the historic Cuckoo house, built by the Pendleton family in 1819 just outside Mineral Va., which lost both its chimneys and two walls in last year's earthquake and according to contractors on site, will take approximately one million dollars to repair. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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