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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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Wyoming properties named to National Register
 
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Four Wyoming properties, Powder Wash Archaeological District, Sweetwater County; Fossil Depot, Lincoln County; Clay Butte Lookout Tower, Park County; and Beaver Creek Ranch, Johnson County; were recently listed to the National Register of Historic Places. Read full story...
 
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