United States Cunningham Cabin

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Joe Becker

About this spot
The Cunningham Cabin was built in 1888 and is one of few remaining buildings from the homesteading era of Jackson Hole. It was built by John and Margaret Cunningham as part of their Bar Flying U Ranch. The cabin uses the Appalachian style, commonly called “double-pen” or “dog-trot.” The Cunninghams lived in the cabin until 1895, when John finished the main ranch house. After this, the cabin became became a smithy and barn. The cabin is onNational Register of Historic Places.

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