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The J. P. Cunningham Cabin is a double-pen log cabin located in Grand Teton National Park. Built around 1888, the cabin served as the Cunningham's home and the center of their 250 acre ranch where they raised cattle and grew feed crops. After 1895 the cabin was used as a smithy and as a barn. A shootout occurred their in 1899 between two horse thieves and a Montana posse. The thieves lost - and were buried nearby.