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Mint Bar
Jessamine Spear Johnson – Part A Jessamine Spear Johnson – Part B
Jack D. Moody – Part A Jack D. Moody – Part B
Naming Sheridan – John D. Loucks Photographer Laton Alton Huffman
Battle of the Little Bighorn Photographer Charles Belden
Sheridan Brewing Company Bomber Mountain
Sheridan WYO Rodeo Eaton’s Dude Ranch
Medicine Wheel Two Bill’s Show
Hole-in-the-Wall Bozeman Trail
John “Portuguese” Phillips Wyoming’s Legendary Bucking Bronco
Wyoming’s Bucking Horse & Rider Thanksgiving Thanks to You!
Father DeSmet Wagon Box Fight
John B. Kendrick Pronghorn Antelope
Chief Dull Knife Fort Mackenzie
He Paints the Day Buffalo Soldiers
Tie Flume Polo
Quarter Circle A Ranch Stagecoach  Lines
E.A.Whitney Big Red
Battle of Tongue River Elizabeth “Libby” Custer
General Sheridan Susan Wissler
Wyoming State Flag Buffal Nickel, aka Indian Head Nickel
Bill Gollings, Cowboy Artist Otto Frederick Ernst, Saddlemaker
German POW Camp, Sheridan County, Wyoming Livetock Branding
American Bald Eagle Nellie Tayloe Ross
Barbed Wire Fencing Keesee
Chief Joseph Thanksgiving
Comanche Black Jack
Carnegie Library Sheridan County
All American Days Poker Alice
John Coulter Cambria
Will James Jim Bridger
Wyoming Wild Turkeys The Cowboy Artist – Charles M. Russell
America’s 1st Superstar – Annie Oakley Calamity Jane
Chief Plenty Coups Curley, General Custer’s Crow Scout
Sacagawea Cattle Kate
Esther Hobart Morris Hans Kleiber
Heart Mountain