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Oral Histories from Worland, WY and Washakie County

Identifier: ##rxc
Abstract Volunteers associated with the Washakie Museum conducted oral history interviews with Worland residents in the 1970s and 80s who had resided in Washakie County since their youth. These were later transcribed and entered into a database and are now available electronically. The Washakie Museum is located in Worland Wyoming. It houses artifacts, archival materials, and books that focus on the early history of the Big Horn Basin and it's people as well as it's prehistoric history....
Found in: Washakie Museum

Washakie Museum Library

Identifier: ##172
Abstract The Museum's library houses 1400 books which include ledgers, yearbooks, scrapbooks, periodicals, media materials, reference materials, as well as works of fiction all of which focus on the Big Horn Basin and its history. Many of the books were published over 100 years ago, with the earliest publication dated 1797. The Museum has Governor William Richards', law books (fourth governor of Wyoming), old editions of the Bible, early medical textbooks, Session Laws of Wyoming starting in 1901,...
Found in: Washakie Museum

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