The Ammon Underwood House is a historic house in East Columbia, Texas, U.S.. It was first built as a log house for Ammon Underwood in 1835. It became a boarding school in 1839, and his family home in 1839, where he lived with his wife Rachel J. Carson. The house was "moved three times before the 1940s." It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since June 24, 1976.
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