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The Manges Cabin in Grand Teton National Park, also known as the Old Elbo Ranch Homestead Cabin, Mangus Cabin and the Taggart Creek Barn, was built in 1911 by James Manges. Manges was the second settler on the west side of the Snake River after Bill Menor, setting up a homestead near Taggart Creek. James Manges arrived in Jackson Hole in 1910, where he cut wood for Charles or William Wort. Manges' cabin is stated to have been the first two-story structure in the northern part of the valley. A root cellar was excavated beneath. The log and frame structure features wide eaves to keep the winter snow away from the walls. It was heated in winter by a single stove, with one room on each level.
- also known as Mangus Cabin, 48, Elbo Ranch Homestead Cabin, Taggart Cr. Barn
- part of Grand Teton National Park, Teton County, Wyoming
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Manges Cabin at Taggert Creek
Horses grazing near the Tetons.
Photo credit: Andrew Kalat
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