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Stagelines

The Overland Stage
Description of Concord Stage, Stage Stations.

The Overland Stage continued.
Perils, Ben Holladay

The Overland Stage continued
Point of Rocks Station, Jack Slade, Benjamin F. Ficklin.

The Deadwood Stage
Cheyenne and Blackhills Stage and Express Line, John T. Gilmer and Monroe Salisbury, The founding of the stage line, ownership.

The Deadwood Stage continued
Col. Cody's Deadwood Stage, Robbers Roost, Description of Route.

The Deadwood Stage continued
Stage holdups, the Sam Bass Gang, D. Boone May, Ambrose Bierce.

The Deadwood Stage continued
Running Water, Hat Creek, Calamity Jane, Military Bridge.

The Deadwood Stage continued
Rawhide Stage Station, Mother Featherlegs Shephard, Luke Voorhees, George Lathrop.

Lusk

Lusk
Bag Ladies' Quilt.

Lusk Continued
Charley Trumbull and the Murder of the Stranger.

Lusk Continued
The Oil Boom, Lance Creek, the Edmontosaurus Mummy.

Lusk continued
Legend of Rawhide, Lusk Museum.

Lusk continued
The Ranger Hotel, Dell Burke and the Yellow Hotel.

Lusk continued
Ranger Hotel, Lusk High School.

Lusk continued
The C & H refinery.

Lusk and Niobrara County Continued
Van Tassell .

Lusk and Niobrara County Continued
Node, Jay Em, Jim Moore's Epic Ride.

Manville, Early Ranching north of Manville

Manville, Addison Spaugh.

Lost Springs
Keeline and Lost Springs.

Niobrara County Continued
Jireh and Jireh College, Prairie View, Shawnee.

The Spanish Diggings.
Early Explorers of the Spanish Diggings.

The Spanish Diggings Continued.
The Nine Bar, William Lighton and Billy Fortune.

Soddies and Dugouts

Soddies and Dugouts
Sod Houses, Sod Forts, Sod Schools.

Soddies and Dugouts continued
manner of construction of soddies, Sod Schools,

Soddies and Dugouts continued
Two story soddies

Soddies and Dugouts continued
Dugouts, Texas "half-dugouts.

Oil Camps

Oil Camps
Discovery of Salt Creek Oil Field, Jackass Springs, Philip M. Shannon, Dutch Camp

Oil Camps Continued
Midwest, Canadian Camp.

Oil Camps continued
Town of Midwest Continued, Prohibition.

Oil Camps Continued
Salt Creek, Teapot Rock, Teapot Dome Scandal.

Oil Camps Continued
Lavoye.

Oil Camps Continued
McFadden.

Coal Camps

Coal Camps
Coal Formation, Union Pacific Coal Company, Rock Springs Mines, Rock Springs Massacre.

Coal Camps Continued
Hanna, Towns 1, 2, and 3, the Finnish Temperance Hall.

Coal Camps Continued
Hanna continued, Public School, Cottage Home.

Coal Camps Continued
Hanna continued, Town Bands.

Coal Camps Continued
Hanna Continued, 1903 and 1908 Mine Disasters, Finnish Miners.

Coal Camps Continued
Hanna mines 2 and 4.

Coal Camps Continued
End of Mining in Hanna.

Coal Camps Continued
Diamondville, Mine Fires, 1905 Explosion, and strikes.

Coal Camps Continued
Oakley, Glencoe.

Coal Camps Continued
Sublet.

Coal Camps Continued
Cumberland.

Coal Camps Continued
Cumberland continued.

Coal Camps Continued
The Ludlow Massacre.

Coal Camps Continued
Superior, Slovene Lodges

Coal Camps Continued
Superior continued.

Coal Camps Continued
Reliance.

Coal Camps Continued
Dietz, Monarch, Carneyville

Coal Camps Continued
Hudson.

Coal Camps Continued
Gebo, Samuel W. Gebo.

Coal Camps Continued
Cambria.

Cambria Continued
Cambria Churches, Knights of Pythias.

Cambria Continued
Russell Lee, Cambria Park Casino

The Lincoln Highway

Lincoln Highway Beginnings.
Good Roads Association, Lincoln Highway Association

Pine Bluffs
Pine Bluffs, Charles L. Beatty, Baseball.

Pine Bluffs continued, Burns
Pine Bluffs, Egbert, Burns, Hillsdale.

Cheyenne to Tree in the Rock
Plains Hotel, the "Gang Plank" Granite Canyon, Buford Station, "Tree in the Rock,"

The Summit Tavern
Lincoln Highway, the Summit Tavern

Telephone Canyon to Bosler
Great Race of 1908, Coast to Coast Race of 1909, "Somewhere West of Laramie," Henry Joy.

Rock River
Rock River.

Rock Creek
Rock Creek.

Medicine Bow
Elk Mountain vies with Medicine Bow for the Lincoln Highway.

Medicine Bow Continued
Owen Wister, The Virginian.

Medicine Bow Continued
Owen Wister, The Virginian.

Medicine Bow continued
Owen Wister, Arthur Rothstein.

Lincoln Highway continued
Fort Fred Steele.

Lincoln Highway continued
Parco and Sinclair, Producers and Refiners Corporation.

Lincoln Highway continued
Rawlins to Bitter Creek,

Lincoln Highway continued
Tollgate Rock, Green River Palisades

Lincoln Highway continued
Little America, The Gas Station that swallowed a major oil company.

Lincoln Highway continued
Little America, the Gas Station that swallowed a major oil company continued.

Lincoln Highway continued
Granger to Lyman

Lincoln Highway continued
Lyman, the Marshal and Johnston Hotels, Fort Bridger to Evanston

Lincoln Highway continued
Mountain View, Fort Bridger to Evanston

Sheridan

Sheridan
Founding of Sheridan, The Discovery of the Source of the Big Goose, the Sheridan Inn.

Sheridan
The Discovery of the Source of the Big Goose; two former British Officers from India bring Polo to the Big Horns. Lotus Theatre

Sheridan Continued
Sheridan Stampede

Sheridan Continued
Main Street.

Sheridan Continued
Growth of Sheridan, John Loucks.

Sheridan Continued
Sheridan County Court House, Livery Stable.

Sheridan Continued
Marion Post Wolcott, Mint Bar, Elks Lodge.

Dayton and Ranchester
Dayton, Ranchester, Patrick Brothers Stage Line.

Ranchester
The founding of Ranchester and "Just Watch Us Grow," Samuel Howes Hardin and the 0 4 Bar, John A. McShane and the Tongue River Tie Flume.

Ranchester continued
The end of the Big Horn Timber Company and the Tongue River Tie Flume.

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