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Fort Laramie

Ft. Laramie
An introductory note.

Ft. Laramie
History of fort, Alfred Jacob Miller, Trading with the Indians, Trappers' Trail.

Fort Laramie Continued
Old Bedlam, Commanding Officer's Quarters, Abandonment and reacquisition of fort.

Fort Laramie Continued
Old Bedlam continued, 1939 stablization of deterioration.

Fort Laramie Continued
Post Hospital, Sutler's store, Guard Mount.

Fort Laramie Continued
Administration Building, Officers' Quarters, Burt House.

The Fur Trade

Rendezvous
The Beginnings of the Fur Trade, Pierre Chouteau and Company, Manuel de Lisa, William Henry Ashley, Louis Lorimier, William Henry.

Rendezvous Continued
Transporting trade goods and furs, Keelboats, Mackinaws, Bullboats.

Rendezvous Continued
Moses "Black" Harris, Captain Sir William Drummond Stewert

Rendezvous Continued
The End of the Fur Trade, Sir George Gore, Jim Bridger.

Fort Bridger

Ft. Bridger
Early descriptions of the fort.

Ft. Bridger Continued
The Mormon War, Albert Sidney Johnston.

Ft. Bridger Continued
Fort Bridger as an Army post.

Ft. Bridger Continued
The Mormon Wall.

Ft. Bridger Continued
W. A. Carter, Judge Carter's Stables.

Ft. Bridger Continued
Judge Carter's stables continued, Judge Carter's mess hall.

Ft. Bridger Continued
Fort Bridger 1920 to 1950.

Oregon Trail

Oregon Trail
Death on the Trail

Oregon Trail continued,
Oregon Trail Ruts, Deer Creek, Register Cliff, Alvah H. Unthank.

Oregon Trail continued,
Rock in the Glen, Independence Rock, Devils Gate.

Oregon Trail continued,
Pony Express.

Oregon Trail continued,
The Pacific Telegraph.

Native Americans

The Coming of the Indian
The Shoshone, Arapaho and Crow, Crowheart, Petroglyphs, Medicine Wheel.

Native Americans Continued
The Dependence of the Indians upon the Bison, The Coming of the Horse.

Native Americans Continued
The coming of Buffalo Hunters and the decimation of the Buffalo Herds

Native Americans Continued
The Impact upon Native Americans of the loss of the buffalo herds, The Battle of Adobe Walls.

Indian Wars

Indian Wars
The Beginnings, Gratten Massacre, Battle of Blue Water Creek, William S. Harney, Battle of Sand Creek.

Indian Wars Continued
Ft. Reno, Sawyer Expedition, Ft. Phil Kearney, Fetterman Massacre, John "Portugee" Phillips' Ride.

Indian Wars Continued
Wagon Box and Hayfield Fights, Treaty of Fort Laramie.

Indian Wars Continued
Custer's Expedition of 1874, Crook's Winter Campaign of 1876, Battle of the Rosebud.

Indian Wars Continued
First Reports of Little Bighorn.

Little Bighorn Continued
The Far West, Curly, Delays in the Official Report, Terry's Report

Little Bighorn Contined
Premonitions of Disaster.

Little Bighorn Contined
Reno's Retreat.

Little Bighorn Contined
Reno and Benteen Beseiged.

Little Bighorn Contined
Custer Massacre, Keogh, Comanche, possible survivors.

Little Bighorn Contined
Aftermath, Tom Custer, Rain-in-the-Face.

Little Bighorn Contined
Kicking Bear, Indian pictures of Little Big Horn.

Indian Wars Continued
Horsemeat Campaign, Slim Buttes, Death of Crazy Horse.

Indian Wars Continued
Chief Joseph, Pursuit of the Nez Perce.

Indian Wars Contined
Ghost Dance, Wounded Knee, "Nebraska Man."

Building the Pacific Railroad

Union Pacific
Building the Railroad, Grenville M. Dodge, Frederick Lander

Union Pacific Continued
John S. "Jack" Casement, Indians.

"Hell on Wheels"
"Hell on Wheels;" Cheyenne; Laramie City; the hanging of "Long Seve" Young, Asa Moore, Con Moore, and Big Ned Bernard; Benton; Jack Morrow; Bear River City; Oliver Ames and Oakes Ames; the Ames Monument; Credit Mobilier

Sherman
Sherman Station, Charles Roscoe Savage, James A. Evans, "Discovery" of Evans Pass, Silas Seymour, Dispute at Fort Sanders.

Sherman Continued
Sherman, a Child's Grave.

Union Pacfic Continued
Dale Creek Trestle, Windmills.

Union Pacfic Continued
Snowsheds, Palace Cars, Dining Facilities

The Wind River Basin

Lander
Albert Bierstadt, discovery of Oil.

Lander Continued
Fremont expedition through area, founding of the City.

Lander Continued

Lander Continued
Stage Lines, Mining

Shoshoni
The founding of Shoshoni, a "tent City," establishment of the Congregational Church./i>

Shoshoni continued
Asmus Boysen, B. H. Aronson, Neble, Wyoming, the arrival of the Railroad.

Shoshoni continued
The Murder of Warren Moody, early hotels, the Fire of 1908, the Shawver Hotel, and livery stables.

Shoshoni continued
The decline of lower Main Street and the end of mining in Copper Mountain.

Riverton
Riverton

Riverton
Riverton Continued, Tie production, Teton Hotel.

Dubois
Establishment of Dubois, "Never Sweat, Eugene Amoretti, Jr., Ramshorn Peak,

Dubois continued
Welty's Store,

Dubois continued
The Stringer Hotel, The Ramshorn Hotel, St. Thomas Church, the Dubois Mercantile.

Dubois continued
The Branding Iron.

Dubois continued
Early Hunting Parties, "Post Hole Jack," Brooks Lake Lodge

Dubois continued
Tie Hacks."

Washburn and Hayden Expeditions

Hayden Expedition
Washburn Expedition, Henry Dana Washburn, Nathaniel P. Langford, H. V. Hayden, William Henry Jackson, Thomas Moran

Hayden Expedition Continued
William H. Jackson, Gouverneur K. Warren

Fort Washakie

Washakie
Chief Washakie, Sacajawea, the Rev. Dr. John Roberts, the Rev. Dr. Sherman Coolidge, F. Jay Haynes.

The Bone Wars

The Bone Wars
"Bone Wars," Othniel Charles Marsh, Edward Drinker Cope, the Yale Expedition of 1870

Jackson

Jackson
Jackson, Formation of Teton County, Teton Pass, Hoback Canyon

Jackson Continu;ed
Early difficulties in access to Jackson Hole.

Jackson Continu;ed
S. N. Leek, the Bannock War, Jack Manning, Robert Miller.

Jackson Continu;ed
Early Schools.

Jackson Continu;ed
Charles DeLoney's General Store and Garage, the Pink Garter, the Jackson State Bank, the Hotel Jackson.

Jackson Continu;ed
The Clubhouse, the Square

Jackson Continued
The Town Square continued, The Reed Hotel, The Crabtree Hotel, Mercill's Store, Cissy Patterson, all Woman Government.

Jackson
Changes on the Southside of the Town Square.

Jackson Continued
The Jackson Hole Rodeo, Ernest Emery.

Jackson Continued
The Shootout in the Square, Clover the Killer.

Jackson Continued
Town Square continued, Clover the Killer continued, The War Memorial and the Colter Monument.

Jackson Continued
Broadway west of Cache.

Jackson Continued
The Cowboy Bar

Jackson Continued
Joe Ruby's Beer Garden, "Hairy Chaps," St. Johns.

Jackson Continued
The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, Moore's.

Jackson Continued
The Cowboy Bar, Gambling.

Jackson continued
Wort Hotel, the end of Gambling in Jackson, Sheriff Emery.

Jackson continued
Jackson Drug Co., Teton Theater, Kudar's Motel

Jackson continued
The Coming of Winter Sports to Jackson, Cutter Races, Snow King Mountain.

The Grand Teton National Park
Ansel Adams, Deadman's Bar, Gold Prospecting, Richard Leigh, "Teton" Jackson.

The Grand Teton National Park continued
The first ascent of Grand Teton, the dispute between William O. Owen and Nathaniel P. Langford..

The Grand Teton National Park continued
Menor's Ferry, the Cunningham Cabin, Moran.

The Grand Teton National Park continued
Menor's Ferry.

The Grand Teton National Park continued
The Bar B C Dude Ranch, Maxwell Struthers Burt, Formation of the Park.

The Grand Teton National Park continued
Gros Ventre Landslide, Kelly flood.

Southwest Wyoming

Green River
Green River City, Jake Field, Powell Expedition

Green River continued
Isom Dart, Jesse Ewing.

Green River continued
Fraternal Halls, Burntfork, Elinore Pruitt Stewart, Tomahawk Hotel.

Green River Continued
Green River City, Powell Expedition, Charles Crouse, Isom Dart, Jesse Ewing, the "Comet."

Rock Springs
Rock Springs, Coal, Front Street, Cosgriff Store

Rock Springs
Rock Springs Mines.

Rock Springs
The Rock Springs Coal Arch.

Rock Springs
Miners' Hospital, Rialto Theatre.

Rock Springs
Rock Springs continued, Ed Cantrell, "the Fastest Gun in the West."

Evanston
Founding of Evanston, Charcoal Kilns, Ice Houses.

Evanston Continued
Chinese Joss house

Evanston Continued
The Disappearance of William Crawford, the murder of Harvey Booth.

Evanston Continued
Blyth & Fargo, B. L. Winslow.

Evanston Continued
Payson Wilson Spaulding, State Hospital.

Evanston continued
Beckwith, Quinn & Company, Freeman Hotel.

Evanston continued
Birdseye Views of Evanston.

Rawlins
John A. Rawlins, Rankin Brothers.

Rawlins Continued
Big Nose George Parrott, John E. Osborne

Rawlins Continued
John B. "Texas Jack" Omohundro, the Diamond Scam, "Checkerboard" control of open range, Ferris Hotel

Rawlins Continued
Front Street, the State Peneteniary, Baseball.

Rawlins continued
Isaac C. Miller, Miller Block, George Ferris, Ferris House.

Cody

William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody
Life of Buffalo Bill, Fight with Yellowhand.

Buffalo Bill continued
Wild West show, William L. "Buck" Taylor.

Buffalo Bill continued
Wild West Show, death of Buffalo Bill

Cody
Founding of the Town of Cody

Cody
Irma Hotel.

Cody
Irma Hotel continued, Burlington Inn.

Cody Continued
Prentiss Ingraham, the Cody Stampede, F. J. Hiscock.

Cody Continued
Caroline Lockhart, "The Lady Doc".

The Cody Road to Yellowstone

Cody Road
Pahaska Tepee.

Cody Road
Aron "Tex" Holm, Holm's lodges.

Cody Road
John B. Goff, Ned Frost, Fred Richard.

Cody Road
Shoshone Dam and Reservoir, George Marquette, Jack Bliss, Arland, Belle Drewry.

Cody Road Continued
The Trail Shop.

Cody Road Continued
The "Corkscrew," Sylvan Lodge.

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone
Presidential visits by Presidents Roosevelt and Arthur, the Earl of Dunraven.

Yellowstone Continued
Thomas Moran Paintings of Yellowstone

Yellowstone Continued
Harry Fenn Steel Engravings of Yellowstone

Yellowstone Continued
Theodore Roosevelt tour of Yellowstone, 1903, John Yancey, Baronett's Bridge

Yellowstone Continued
Theodore Roosevelt tour of Yellowstone continued, Norris Basin Hotels

Yellowstone Continued
visit by President Warren G. Harding.

Yellowstone Continued
Calvin Coolidge Summer White House in Black Hills, Invitation by Wyoming Governor Frank C. Emerson to visit Wyoming.

Yellowstone Continued
Calvin Coolidge visit to Yellowstone, a small reception for the President in Cody.

Yellowstone Continued
Lacey Act, Pelican Creek, Obsidian Cliff, Johnson Gardner.

Yellowstone Continued
Golden Gate, Dan Kingman, Geologic Formation of Yellowstone.

Yellowstone Continued
Ft. Yellowstone, Nathaniel P. Langford, Truman C. Everts, "Yellowstone Jack" Baronett.

Yellowstone Continued
Fires

Yellowstone Continued
Bears, Hirem M. Chittenden, Auto stages, John Gibbon, Nez Perce trek.

Yellowstone Continued
The Coming of the Automobile.

Yellowstone Continued
Autostages, Autocamps.

Yellowstone Continued
The Grand Hotels, Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, the Lake Hotel, the Canyon Hotel, the Hebgen Earthquake.

Yellowstone Continued
Grand Hotels continued. Canyon Lodge, Old Faithful Inn.

Yellowstone Continued
Stages, Camping Companies, Concessionaires

Laramie

Laramie
Fort Sanders, Founding of Laramie

Laramie
The Laramie, Hahns Peak, and Pacific Railroad, the Denver, Laramie, and Northwestern Railroad.

Laramie
Territorial Prison, early industrialization of Laramie.

Laramie
Trabing Brothers, Trabing Commercial Company, Augustus Trabings, Charles Trabing.

Laramie
Bill Nye and the Daily Boomerang.

Laramie
James Pattee and the Wyoming Lottery.

Laramie Continued
Henning Svenson, Connor Hotel, Elmer Lovejoy.

Laramie Continued
The University of Wyoming.

Laramie Continued
Thornburg Avenue (present day Ivinson).

Thornburg Ave. Continued
The Buckhorn

Laramie Continued
Second Street, Soda fountains.

Second Street continued. Continued
Empress and Fox Theatres

Laramie Continued
Edward Ivinson, Tie Siding, Early Schools.

Laramie Continued
Henning Svenson Photos

Cheyenne

Cheyenne
Charles Goodnight and the Goodnight-Loving Trail, Clay Allison

Cheyenne continued
Cheyenne 1868-1869.

Cheyenne continued
Early Fires, formation of the Cheyenne Fire Department.

Cheyenne Continued
Early impressions of Cheyenne, McDaniel's Theatre.

Cheyenne Continued
Woodcuts from Leslie's Illustrated News

Cheyenne Continued
Early engravings, Cheyenne Club

Cheyenne Continued
Cheyenne Opera House, Carnegie Library, Stockgrowers Bank.

Cheyenne Continued
Cheyenne Club, Millionaire's Row, John W. Collins, D. D. Dare, F. E. Warren, I. C. Whipple, Erasmus Nagle, Knights of Pythias, Frank A. Meanea.

Cheyenne Continued
Barney Ford and the Inter-Ocean Hotel.

Cheyenne Continued
Sixtheen Street (Lincoln Way) between Capitol and Ferguson (Carey), the Commercial Block.

Cheyenne Continued
The Tivoli Building, Metropolitan Hotel, Atlas Theatre.

Cheyenne Continued
The Phoenix Block (the Normandie Hotel, the Edwards Hotel, and Wrangler Building).

Cheyenne Continued
Taylor's Curiosities, Becker Hotel and the Albany Hotel.

Cheyenne Continued
Union Pacific Depot and Plaza.

Cheyenne Continued
Plains Hotel.

Cheyenne Continued
Plains Hotel continued, Peacock Alley.

Union Pacific Depot Coninued
Union Pacific Depot Continued, interior views, the scene of a wedding.

Union Pacific Depot Continued Continued
Depot Park.

Cheyenne Continued
Passenger Trains, the Overland Limited.

End of Passenger Service to Cheyenne.
Amtrak comes and departs Cheyenne, the move to Borie (West Cheyenne), Improvements to Sherman Hill; How a hill near Dale Creek bore a name after a hill in South Africa, Amtrak abandons Borie.

Cheyenne Continued.
Victorian Homes on Ferguson Ave. (Carey).

Cheyenne Continued
Capitol Avenue.

Cheyenne Continued
St. Mary's Cathedral, Harry P. Hynds

Cheyenne Continued
Cheyenne Steam Laundry, Carey Avenue, City-County Building, H. N. Boyd Building, William R. Dubois, H. P. Hynds.

Cheyenne Continued
Baseball, The Cheyenne Indians

Cheyenne Continued
Fraternal Orders, Masons, Elks.

Cheyenne Continued
Fraternal Orders continued, Grand Army of the Republic, Woodmen of the World, Modern Woodmen of America.

Cheyenne Continued
Cheyenne Transcontinental Airport

Frontier Days

Frontier Days
Roosevelt's 1910 visit, The beginnings of Frontier Days, Will Pickett.

Frontier Days
Roosevelt's 1903 visit, Early Parades.

Frontier Days
Ikua Purdy, Sharkey

Frontier Days Continued
Steamboat, Dick Stanley.

Frontier Days continued
Bulldogging, Clayton Danks, 1912 Frontier Days Celebration.

Frontier Days continued
1912 Frontier Days Celebration continued, Eddie McCarty.

Frontier Days continued
Roy "Skeeter Bill" Robbins, Tex Parker, Everett Cleveland "Curly" McCurkin.

Skeeter Bill continued
The Wembley Rodeo.

Frontier Days continued
Charles Burton Irwin, Irwin Bros. Wild West Show.

Frontier Days continued
Bulldogging, Fred Stone, Yakima Canutt.

Frontier Days continued
Bulldogging continued, Phil Yoder, Sam Brownell, Floyd Irwin, Hugh Strickland.

Frontier Days continued
Bulldogging, Breezy Cox, Pinky Gist,Yakima Canutt,Sammy Garrett, Joe Gardner, Jim Massey.

Frontier Days continued
Dell and Bertha Blancett, Prairie Rose Henderson; Goldie St. Clair, Champion Lady Bronco Rider.

Frontier Days continued
Lulu Bell Parr; Mabel Strickland; Fox Hastings; Ruth Roach; Brian Roach.

Frontier Days continued
Leonard Stroud.

Frontier Days Continued
Parades, Cowgirls, Midnight the Bucking Horse.

Frontier Days Continued
Teddy Roosevelt Throwing Gus Nylen, Ralph Doubleday, Verne Elliott, Stock Contractors, Eddie McCarty.

Frontier Days Continued
Rodeo Clowns Red Sublett.

Frontier Days Continued
More Parade Photos.

Fort D. A. Russell

Fort D. A. Russell
Establishment of the Fort.

Fort D. A. Russell Continued
Guard Mount, The Bells of Balangiga, The Philippine Insurrection.

Torrey's Rough Riders
Cheyenne, Tupelo, Jacksonville.

Wyoming National Guard in the Spanish Armerican War
Cheyenne to Manila.

The Philippines Continued
Camp Dewey and Cavite.

Philippines Continued
Philippine Insurection, San Pedro de Macati, Battle of Santa Ana, Zapote Bridge.

Philippines Continued
Mesa Bridge, Outpost Duty at San Roque, Home Again..

Ft. Russell Continued
Eleventh Infantry

Ft. Russell Continued
Fort D. A. Russell Target and Maneuver Range, Camp Otis.

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