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The Cunningham Cabin was built in 1890 by Pierce and Margaret Cunningham as part of a 160 acre homestead. It's a lodgepole pine "dog-trot" style building consisting of two separate boxes with a veranda in the center, the entirety of which is covered with a sod roof. At first it was used as a home, then later as a barn and smithy. In 1893 two suspected horse thieves were shot and killed at the cabin by an angry posse.

Cabin is located within the Grand Teton National Park.

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