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Cattle Trailing

Cattle Drives
Cattle Trailing

Cattle Trailing continued
Ogallala, "The Gomorrah of the Cattle Trails," Powder River Let 'er Buck.

Cattle Drives continued
Stampedes, Death on the Trail.

Cattle Drives continued
River Crossings.

Stampedes continued
Frederic Remington, Round-up.

Roundups
Roundups, Chuckwagons, Spring Roundup.

Roundups continued
Cowcamps, Death on the Roundup.

Roundups continued
Roundups continued.

Roundups Continued
John C. H. Grabill, John B. Kendrick and the "OW," Land Grabbing.

Roundups Continued
Changing horses, Rope Corrals, Caveys, Inspection of Brands.

Roundups Continued

The M W., Hoodlum Wagons, Throwback Wagons, Stove Wagons.

Roundups continued
Roping Wild Animals, Cowoy amusements.The End of the Big Spreads, the Great Die off, the "Great Die-off," Moreton Frewen, Sir Horace Plunkett,.

Life on the Range continued
Loneliness on the Range.

Cattle Continued
The End of the Big Spreads, the "Great Die-off."

Capturing Wild Horses.
Engravings of the Capture of Wild Horses on the Laramie Plains.

Wild Horses continued.
The Capture of Wild Horses on the Laramie Plains.

Cattle Trails continued
The Dawson Trail to the Klondike.

Cattle Trails continued
The Dawson Trail

Cattle Trails continued
The Dawson Trail continued, A sheepherder, Antone F. Stander from from Rock Springs, Wyoming, went north, made a Million Dollars in three years, and went broke, a Piano Playing Contest in Dawson City.

Cattle Trails continued
The Edmonton Trail, Byron Wickwire of Basin, Wyoming, trailed horses to the Klondike. Of eighty horses, one made it .

Cattle Continued
Roundup on the Three Circle and the Quarter Circle U, Captain Joe Brown, Arthur Rothstein.

Quarter Circle U continued
Quarter Circle U and the Bones Brothers, Dudes.

Quarter Circle U continued
Quarter Circle U, horses whispering.

Quarter Circle U continued
Getting ready for rounduup.

Birney
Getting ready for rounduup.

Dude Ranching

Eaton Brothers
The First Dude Ranch.

Eaton Brothers continued
The Eatons move to Wolf, Wyoming.

Eaton Brothers continued
Howard Eaton, excursions to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, Mary Roberts Rinehart.

Eaton Brothers continued
Continuation of the ranch following death of Howard Eaton.


Wolfers, Rattlesnake Jack.

Cattle Brands and Branding
History of Branding, Reading Brands, Registration, Brand Books.

Chugwater

Chugwater
Early settlement of Chugwater, the Coming of Cattle to the Chug Valley, the Cheyenne and Northern Railroad.

Chugwater Continued
Swan Land and Cattle Company, Ltd., the "Two-Bar," Alexander H. Swan.

Chugwater Continued
Town of Chugwater, Early Settlers.

Iron Mountain
Town of Chugwater, Early Settlers.

Homesteading

Small Ranches
The coming of small ranches.

Tallmadge and Buntin Land Company
Carey Act, Irrigation, Daniel C. Buntin.

Dry Farming
Dry Farming.

Dry Farming
Dry Farming continued, Chugwater Flats, Iowa Flats and Iowa Center.

Dry Farming
Dry Farming continued, Chugwater Flats and Iowa Center School, the decline of dry farming.

Mechanized Farming
Early Farm Equipment, Mowers, Hayrakes, Mormon Haystackers, Tractors.

Johnson County War

Johnson County War
The "Regulators," Control of Open Range, the Plan of Attack, Frank Canton, Frank Wolcott.

Johnson County War
Seige of the K C, the murder of Nick Ray and of Nate Champion.

Johnson County War continued
Seige of the T A..

Johnson County War continued
The Aftermath, Red Sash Gang.

Tom Horn

Tom Horn
Murder of William Lewis and Fred U. Powell, Anonymous Manuscript.

Tom Horn continued
Capture of Geronimo, Horn in the Spanish-American War, the murders of Matt Rash and Isom Dart

Tom Horn continued
The murders of Matt Rash and Isom Dart

Tom Horn continued
Murder of Willie Nickell, Joe LeFors, Horn Trial,

Tom Horn continued
The Verdict, the Appeal, Efforts to Save Horn.

Tom Horn continued
Postscript, Glendolene Myrtle Kimmell, John C. Coble, "Life is Like a Mountain Railroad."

The Wild Bunch

Wild Bunch
Hole-in-the-Wall, Butch Cassidy, Sundance Kid, Kid Curry, the Belle Fourche Robbery, Ben Kilpatrick, Charles Siringo

Wild Bunch Continued
The Monpelier, Castle Gate, Wilcox and Winnemucca Robberies;

Wild Bunch Continued
The Outlaw Trail; The Wild Bunch in New Mexico.

Wild Bunch Continued
Sam and Tom Ketchum; Baggs, Wyoming; Robert "Bad Bob" Meldrum.

Wild Bunch Continued
Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid in Argentina, Robbery of the Banco de Londres y Tarapaca and the Banco de Villa Mercedes, Etta or Ethel Place.

Wild Bunch Continued
Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid in Chile and Bolivia, Robbery of Aramayo, Francke y Cia. payroll, Deaths of Butch and Sundance in San Vicente.

Wild Bunch Continued
The end of the Wild Bunch, "Butch Sightings," Milt Hinkle

Sheep

Sheep
Sheep and Cattle Wars, Antipathy to Sheep, the Spring Creek Raid, Did sheepherders really go insane from loneliness?.

Sheep Continued
Sheep Wagons

Sheep Continued
Summer and Winter Pasturage

Sheep Continued
Sheep Shearing, Wool Trains.

Sheep Continued
John B. Okie, The Big Horn Sheep Company, the "Australian system."

Sheep Continued
S. F. King Bros. Sheep Company.

Sheep Continued
Warren Livestock Company, "Little Indian Joe Smith."

Sheep Continued
Sheep Shearing.

Sheep Continued
The Decline of the Wool Industry.

Buffalo

Buffalo
The Occidental Hotel, Where the Virginian got his man.

Buffalo continued
Jim Gatchell, Bozeman Trail.

Along the North Platte -- Saratoga

North Platte
Saratoga, Wolf Hotel, W. E. Cadwell, J. W. Hugus Cherokee Trail,

Saratoga Continued
Pick Ranch, Sir Henry Seton-Karr.

Saratoga Continued
Scribner Stage Line, Charles M. Scribner, Gustave Jensen, Saratoga & Encampment Railway

Saratoga Continued
Continuation of early Saratoga Photographs.

Along the North Platte -- Pathfinder Dam to Bessemer Bend

Pathfinder Dam
Seminoe and Pathfinder Reservoirs.

Bessemer Bend
The Goose Egg, Bessemer.

Casper

Casper
J. M. Carey and the CY

Casper
Casper, 1880's, Charles Eads.

Casper
The wool warehouses.

Casper Continued
Casper Mountain, A. E. Minum and the Great Asbestos Scam.

Casper Mountain Continued
Casper Mountain CCC Camp, the Allen H. Stewart Lions Club Summer Camp.

Casper continued
The murder of Sheriff W. R. Ricker and the subsequent extra-legal hanging of Charles F. Woodard.

Casper
Early Churches in Casper.

Casper
Churches continued.

Casper continued.
Natrona County Courthouses.

Casper continued.
Charles Townsend.

Casper continued.
Grand Central Hotel.

Casper continued
Stage Service;

Casper continued
Second Street, Shokley's Garage, The 114 Club, the Midwest Building, Montgomery Wards

Casper continued
Fourths of July, Improved Order of Redmen.

Casper continued
Oil Refining.

Casper continued
Coming of the Railroad

Casper continued
Coming of the Railroads

Casper continued
The Hotel Henning

Casper continued
The "Sandbar."

Casper continued
Theatres.

Casper continued
Casper in the 1920's, Center Street.

Casper continued
Townsend and Gladstone Hotels, the Alexander murder.

Along the North Platte -- Glenrock to Torrington

Glenrock
Glenrock, J. Goldsborough Bruff, Handcarts, Hotel Higgins, Martin Ringo, Johnny Ringo.

Fort Fetterman
George Crook, Battle of the Rosebud, Fetterman City, Ft. Fetterman Hog Ranch, Alferd Packer

Douglas
Douglas, George Pike, Fetterman Hospital Association

Douglas Continued
College Inn Bar, James M "Doc Middleton Riley, the Great Endurance Race.

Douglas Continued
E. H. Kimball

Douglas Continued
Wyoming State Fair, Teddy Roosevelt.

Wyoming State Fair Continued
State Fair 1911-13, Flying Machines.

Wyoming State Fair Continued
State Fair 1914-118, Doc Carver and the "Girl in Red," diving horses, Flying Machines continued.

Douglas Continued
Jackalopes

Glendo, Guernsey

Sunrise

Hartville

Torrington

Wheatland

Wheatland
Wheatland, Coming of Irrigation and the Railroad

Wheatland Continued
Wheatland, Laramie Peak

Gillette

Gillette
Gillette,Coming of the Railroad, Edward Gillette.

Gillette Continued
Early Churches

Gillette Continued
Goings Hotel

Gillette Continued
Robert Campbell, John Allen Campbell, Battle of Lightning Creek

Campbell County Continued
Homesteads, Lightning Flat.

The Black Hills

Black Hills
Devils Tower, George Hopkins.

Black Hills Continued
Aladdin and Hulett, Black Hills Bull Trains.

Bill Gollings
Bill Gollings paintings.

Newcastle
Newcastle, Tubb Town, the Coming of the Railroad.

Newcastle continued
Frank W. Mondell.

Sundance
Mining,The Church of the Good Shepherd .

Sundance continued
Old Stoney, Mormon crickets.

Beulah
Alex Moorcroft, Ranch A.

Moorcroft
Stocks Millar, Bank failures, Albert C. Grandbouche.

Upton
Founding of the Town, The Red Onion Saloon.

Upton Continued
Deaths of Tom Waggoner, Jimmy the Butcher, Charlie Minter, George Brock, Hike Minter, Bentonite.

Clay Spur
Clay Spur Bentonite Plant.

Lincoln County

Kemmerer
Coal, Mahlon S. Kemmerer, Patrick J. Quealy.

Kemmerer continued
Kemmerer Hotel.

Kemmerer continued.
J. C. Penney and the Golden Rule Store.

Kemmerer continued.

Cokeville
Cokeville, J. W. and Rocky Stoner.

Cokeville
Cokeville continued, the Cokeville-Star Valley Road.

Cokeville
Cokeville continued, Sheepherding, the Whitney Boys.

Afton
Mormon Settlement, Plural marriages, the Star Valley.

Afton continued
Conflict between Cattle and Sheep, Estelle Reel.

Sublette County

Pinedale, St. Hubert's, John Hoback.
Pinedale,

Pinedale continued.
Pinedale

Big Piney.
Big Piney

Big Piney continued.
Big Piney and Marbleton.

Big Horn Basin

Big Horn Basin
Greybull, Settlement of the northern Big Horn Basin, Bad Pass Trail, Irrigation.

Greybull Continued
Alamo Hotel, Civic Improvements.

Greybull Continued
Refineries, Baseball.

Greybull Continued
Bighorn River Bridge, the 1929 Flood..

Greybull Continued
Greybull Ave., 6th Street, Dinosaurs.

Worland
Worland, C. H. Worland, The Moving of the Town.

Worland continued
A. G. Rupp, early growth.

Worland continued
, Washakie Trading Co., Battle of Bates Hole, Manderson.

Ten Sleep
Ten Sleep, Hunt Expedition.

Ten Sleep
Ten Sleep Canyon, Remittance Men.

Big Horn Basin Continued
Basin,

Thermopolis
Founding of Thermopolis, outlaws.

Thermopolis continued
The Pleasant View Hotel, McGannon Sanatarium, Washakie Sanatarium.

Thermopolis continued
Coal Mining, State Bathhouse, Suspension Bridge.

Thermopolis continued
Star Plunge, Washakie Plunge, 1915 Flood.

Meeteetse
Meeteetse, Pitchfork Ranch, Otto Frank and Butch Cassidy, Kirwin.

Meeteetse Continued
Meeteetse, the Rev. Nicholas J. Endres.

Charles J. Belden
Early C. J. Belden photographs.

Charles Belden Continued
Development of Charles Belden as the "Cowboy Photographer."

Big Horn Basin Continued
Pitchfork Ranch, Charles Belden.

Charles Belden Photos Continued
Belden Photos continued.

Charles Belden Photos Continued
Sheep on the Pitchfork.

Charles Belden Photos Continued
More Belden Photos.

Charles Belden Photos Continued
Belden Photos continued.

Charles Belden Photos Continued
Charles Belden in Florida.

Powell
The founding of the Town of Powell, Reclamation, the Reclamation Act of 1902.

Powell, Reclamation continued
The Reclamation Service, Homesteader Museum, "Boxcar Murphy, early hoboes in Wyoming.

Powell continued
John Wesley Powell, Reclamation Act of 1902

Powell continued
M. L. Pratt and the Pratt Bros. Big Store.

Powell continued
Company "C," Wyoming National Guard Goes to War; Company "C" becomes Battery "F," Powder River to the Rhine.

Company "C," continued.
Camp Mills to France, slumgullion stew.

Battery "F" continued
"40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, "canned willy" and "monkey meat," Bucking Horse and Rider, Home and Discharge.

Powell continued
Earl Durand, "The Tarzan of the Tetons."

Powell contined
Heart Mountain Relocation Camp, Ted Jujioka.

Lovell
M L Ranch, Henry Clay Lovell, the founding of Lovell.

Hard Rock Mining Camps and Towns

South Pass City
South Pass City, the Carissa Mine.

South Pass City Continued
South Pass City, growth and decline.

South Pass City continued
Carissa Mine continued, Geologic formation of South Pass lodes, Esther Morris, William Bright, Women's Suffrage.

Atlantic City
Atlantic City.

Miner's Delight
Miner's Delight.

Centennial Mining District
Centennial, Gold Hill, Centennial Mining District, The Laramie, Hahn's Peak & Pacific Railroad, Isaac Van Horn.

Centennial Mining District continued
The Laramie, Hahn's Peak & Pacific Railroad.

Centennial Mining District Continued
The Douglas Creek and Keystone Mining Districts, The Keystone, Queen, Joker Mine, and Cliff Mines.

Grand Encampment Mining District
Aerial Tramway, collapse of copper mining.

Grand Encampment Mining District
The Rise and Fall of Willis George Emerson, Bernard McCaffrey.

Grand Encampment Mining District continued
Freighting.

Grand Encampment Mining District continued
The Wolcott, Saratoga and Encampment Stage, John Fulkerson, Mary A. Bohn, The New Bohn Hotel, the Saratoga and Encampment Railway Company

Grand Encampment Mining District continued
Tie Camps

Grand Encampment Mining District continued
Redefeha Mine and Battle

Grand Encampment Mining District continued
Rudefeha Mine and Battle continued, Dillon.

Grand Encampment Mining District continued
Battle continued, the Phantom of Slaughterhouse Gulch, Lost Cabin Mine.

Silver Crown Mining District
Hecla, Skull Rocks, Happy Jack, Vedauwoo, Early Settlers.

Silver Crown Mining District continued
Reservoirs, Harry P. Hynds Lodge.

The U.S.S. Wyoming

The U.S.S. Wyoming
Four ships named "USS Wyoming", the "Steam Sloop Wyoming", the Submarine, and the the "United States Monitor Wyoming, .

The U.S.S. Wyoming continued
The United States Superdreadnaught "Wyoming".

Ships named Wyoming
Hudson River steamer Wyoming, the Screw Steamer Wyoming, the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique Wyoming.

Ships named Wyoming
Riverboats named Wyoming, The Great Lakes steamer Wyoming, the Starship Wyoming.

Ships named Wyoming
The Schooners Wyoming, Governor Brooks, and Washakie.

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