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Members of the Wyoming Archaeological Society
assisting in the excavation of the Butler-Rissler site,
an 1,800 year old Woodland/Besant site along the
North Platte River southwest of Casper.

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A new historic context on Military Sites

A new historic context on Military Sites in Wyoming 1700–1920 is now available. Click here to download.

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Featured Story
Cheyenne's Kelly Buchhammer receives Preserve Wyoming Award
 
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Kelly Buchhammer of Cheyenne received one of five 2014 Preserve Wyoming awards from the State Historic Preservation Office during a recent ceremony during the Preserve Wyoming conference held on the campus of Northwest College in Powell. Read full story...
 
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Cheyenne's Kelly Buchhammer receives Preserve Wyoming Award
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Main Street's Mary Randolph received Preserve Wyoming LIfetime Achievement Award
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Lovell group receives Preserve Wyoming Lifetime Achievement Award
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Wyoming Frontier Prison receives Preserve Wyoming Award
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Friends of Clay Butte Tower receive Preserve Wyoming Award
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Newcastle's Mary Capps receives Preserve Wyoming Award
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Gov. Mead signs Wyoming Archaeology Awareness Month proclamation
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Capitol restoration focus of Preserve Wyoming Conference presentation
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National Register Review Board meeting planned
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Wyoming Archaeology Awareness Month poster wins 10th Title
Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources