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Wonderful Wyoming
Wyoming has a LOT of Archeological History

Wyoming’s Archeological History

Wyoming has been inhabited for thousands of years and each civilization has left their mark on the land.  Simply by following Indian trails, game paths, fur trappers and explorers, uncovered great discoveries.  One example is the discovery of South Pass in western Wyoming, without which there would have been no mass migration to California or Oregon and some experts contend that those areas may not have become a part of the United States.


Excavations at Fort Bridger.

http://www.wwcc.cc.wy.us/wyo_hist/fort_bridger.htm


Living space in the west, Diary on the Overland Trail, silence
http://www.wwcc.cc.wy.us/wyo_hist/west_as_living_space.htm



Shoshoni land and areas in Red Desert country.
http://www.wwcc.cc.wy.us/wyo_hist/shoshoni.htm


Lots of photos
http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Trails/7478/arch2.html


Japanese effect on Wyoming and historians old & new

http://www.wwcc.cc.wy.us/wyo_hist/


How Wyoming counties were named.
http://gowyld.net/wyoming/counties.html


The mummy cave early North American mountain dwellers 9,000 years ago.

http://www.cr.nps.gov/mwac/Publications/abstracts/special4.html

The Plains Woodland culture of 11,500 years ago.
http://www.cr.nps.gov/seac/warren/mm-index.htm

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