Take a look back at some of the best small log cabins featured over the years.

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Featured: Log Home Living, March 2008 / California Log Cabin / Russ McConnell photo

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Details:
Square footage: 1,300
Location: Pine Mountain Club, California
Wood species: Western red cedar
Log producer: Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia

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Featured: Log Home Living, September 2006 / Montana Log Cabin / Living Images Photography photo

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Details:
Square footage: 800
Location: Red Lodge, Montana
Wood species: Lodge pole pine
General contractor: DW Custom Builders, 406-446-1484

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Featured: Log Home Living, March 2009 / New Mexico Log Cabin / Heidi Long photo

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Details:
Square footage: 2,000
Location: Ruidoso, New Mexico
Wood species: Western red cedar
Log provider: West Coast Log Homes

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Featured: Log Home Living, May 2004 / California Log Cabin / Photo courtesy of Franklin & Esther Schmidt

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Details:
Square footage: 1,200
Location: North Carolina mountains
Wood species: Canadian Western hemlock
Log provider: Stone Mill Log Homes

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Featured: Log Home Living, January 2004 / Vermont Log Cabin / Photo courtesy of John P. Hamel photo

Details:
Square footage: 1,820
Location: Waterford, Vermont
Wood species: Norway red pine
Log provider: Country Log Homes

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Featured: Log Home Living, February 2005 / Colorado Log Cabin / Photo by Christopher Marona

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Details:
Square footage: 600
Location: Ridgeway, Colorado
Wood species: Standing dead spruce
Builder: Ted Moews Design, 970-728-4374

Minnesota-cabinFeatured: Log Home Living, August 2004 / Minnesota Log Cabin / Photo by John P. Hamel

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Details:
Square footage: 2,080
Location: Northwoods, Minnesota
Builder: Rudy Saile, 218-947-4821

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Featured: Log Home Living, March 2008 / Montana Log Cabin / Photo credit: James Ray Spahn photo

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Details:
Square footage: 1,722
Location: Macon, Georgia
Wood species: Eastern white pine
Log provider: Southland Log Homes

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Featured: Log Home Living, November 2006 / Georgia Log Cabin / Photo credit: Heidi Long photo

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Details:
Square footage: 1,800
Location: Kalispell, Montana
Wood species: Salvaged old-growth fir and larch
Builder: Bigfork Builders

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Featured: Log Home Living, July 2008 / New Mexico Log Cabin

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Details:
Square footage: 1,149
Location: New Mexico
Wood species: Douglas fir
Log provider: Summit Handcrafted Log Homes