Category Archives: Livestock industry

Summer Exhibit Series: Wyoming Territorial Prison

The summer exhibit series at the AHC celebrating Laramie’s 150th anniversary continues with a new theme this week: the Wyoming Territorial Prison. As buildings sprung up in the former “Hell on Wheels” town, a new imposing stone structure shadowed the … Continue reading

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Last Open Attack in the Wyoming Range Wars: Spring Creek Raid of 1909

The Spring Creek Raid of April 2, 1909 marks the last open attack in a long-running range war in Wyoming and concludes the era of private warfare in the state. In the Spring Creek Raid, a collection of Big Horn … Continue reading

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