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Afton, Wyoming
Culture, General, Historical Society, Nature Centers
Dairy barn
Hanna, Wyoming
History, Historic House, Historical Society
Afton, Wyoming
General, History, Historical Society, Library
Meeteetse, Wyoming
Culture, History, Historical Society
Our mission is to preserve the heritage of Meeteetse and its surrounding geographic area. We have on display the largest grizzley bear captured in the lower 48 states, black footed ferrets which were discovered on a local ranch after being declared extinct and the Charles Belden photography collection. We feature rotating exhibits on local history, events, people and maintain an archives for researchers studying the area.
Moorcroft, Wyoming
History, Historical Society
Cody, Wyoming
Historical Society
Afton, Wyoming
Cemetery, History, Historical Society
Digital photography and document scanning available
Moorcroft, Wyoming
History, Historical Society, Nature Centers, Park
Where the West Texas Trail crosses the highway. Herds of texas longhorn cattle were pushed through here in the late 1800s giving the town its start, homesteaders came for the free land and thats how Moorcroft WY began.
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