URSA, Ill. (AP) - Historians in western Illinois are working to restore a 164-year-old log cabin. The Quincy Herald-Whig reports the North Adams Historical Society is planning to transform the dilapidated cabin into a museum. The cabin was built in 1848 by the great-grandparents of historical society official Rosemary Tenvorde. The cabin was recently moved to the south edge of Ursa.