The Legend of Bomber Mountain

The Legend of Bomber Mountain

Bomber Mountain During the late night of June 28, 1943, Second Lieutenant Billy Ronaghan piloted the gleaming B-17F high above the earth. Ronaghan and the other nine men on board were headed overseas to join the bombing missions in the European Theater of WWII. They...
Fort Phil Kearny

Fort Phil Kearny

Fort Phil Kearny It was the era of the Great Indian Wars – a time where settlers migrated across rugged terrain, in hostile territory. Protection along this crude journey was vital in forging a new nation-establishing the need for military outposts and forts. In July...
The History of Kaycee, Wyoming

The History of Kaycee, Wyoming

Plan a Trip Plan your excursion to Kaycee and Southern Johnson County! Visit the Kaycee Chamber: www.kayceewyoming.org Phone: 307-738-2444 True Wild West Located along Interstate 25 with incredible views of the Bighorn Mountain Range, Kaycee is rich with history. The...
Hoofprints of the Past Museum

Hoofprints of the Past Museum

Visit Us Hoofprints of the Past Museum 344 Nolan Avenue Kaycee, WY 82639 (307) 738-2381 hoofprintsofthepast.org HOURS Open May 15 – October 31 Mon-Sat: 9 – 5 Hoofprints of the Past Museum Hoofprints of the Past Museum was founded in 1989 by a group of...
Jim Gatchell Museum

Jim Gatchell Museum

TICKETS JIM GATCHELL MUSEUM 100 Fort St, Buffalo, WY 307-684-9331 www.jimgatchell.com HOURS Memorial Day thru Labor Day Mon-Sat: 9 – 5 | Sun: 12 – 5 Winter Hours: Mon-Fri: 9 – 4 Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum Johnson County has helped preserve the...
Johnson County Cattle Wars

Johnson County Cattle Wars

In the late 1800’s the lush grasslands of Johnson County became a battleground where cattle barons and homesteaders faced off over grazing rights in a violent competition for control of the open ranges in the Powder River Country. The cattle barons, long established...

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