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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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Capitol restoration focus of Preserve Wyoming Conference presentation
 
Monday, September 08, 2014
Representatives from the State of Wyoming Department of Administration and Information, Construction and Management Division will provide a public presentation on the “Rehabilitation and Resotration of the State Capitol,” at Northwest College in Powell, September 11 at 7:30 p.m. Read full story...
 
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