National Register of Historic Places

Cunningham Cabin

Grand Teton National Park

Date Added to Register

Tuesday, October 02, 1973

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The Cunningham Cabin consists of one standing log structure believed to be the original homestead cabin in Jackson Hole built in 1888 and the scattered remains of ranch buildings and corrals. The standing building is a restoration of a double-pen saddle-V-notched log structure of Appalachian origin. It is an example of the diffusion of frontier adaptations from the eastern seaboard of the United States to the montaine west.

Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources