Trek No. 28 of the Historical Trail Treks was hosted by the Park County Chapter of the Wyoming State Historical Society in July 1977. More than 160 People travelled the third segment (Meeteetse, Wyoming to Chance, Montana) of the Freight and Stage Road from Rawlins, Wyoming to Red Lodge, Montana. Presentations were made by: 1) Review by David J. Wasden of original mail, stage, and freight routes in Big Horn Basin; 2) The early mail and freight route in Western Big Horn Basin by David J. Wasden; 3) The story behind the naming of Meeteetse by David J. Wasden; 4) History of Meeteetse Mercantile by J. Randle Moody; 5) Two Dot Ranch by David J. Wasden; Pat O'Hara Creek by David J. Wasden; 6) Eagles Nest Stage Station; and 7) The old Arland and Corbett Trading Post on Cottonwood Creek. ALTERNATE SUBJECTS: Native Americans; Meeteetse, Wyoming;Wyoming State Historical Society--Park County Chapter; Historical Trek; Wyoming Life--Park County--Meeteetse; Wyoming Life--Carbon County-- Rawlins; Montana Life--Red Lodge; Montana Life--Chance; Cody Enterprise; Shoshone River (Wyo.); Stinking Water (Wyo.); Absaroka; Half Way House Stage Stop; Freight; Big Horn Basin; Owl Creek Mountans; Wasden, David; Edgar, Bob; von Lichenestein, Otto Franc, Count ; Colter, John; Dean, Josh; Jones, William A., Captain;
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