Settlers Cabin Park

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The Walker-Ewing-Glass Log House, located on Pinkerton Run Road, is the 1780s log house that gives Settlers Cabin Park its name.

Settlers Cabin Park is a 1,610-acre (7 km2) county park in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is a part of the county's 12,000 acre (49 km²) network of nine distinct parks.

It is sited 10 miles (16 km) west of downtown Pittsburgh in Collier, North Fayette, and Robinson Townships. Archaeologists from Carnegie Museum of Natural History helped identify the 1780s log house that gives the park its name. The themes of the 11 picnic groves are Indian names: Algonquin, Seneca, Apache, Tomahawk, etc.

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  • Smith, Helene and George Swetnam (1991). A Guidebook to Historic Western Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. 0-8229-5424-9. 

Coordinates: 40°26′3.17″N 80°9′35.02″W / 40.4342139°N 80.1597278°W / 40.4342139; -80.1597278