The Wyoming State Historical Society's 21st trek of the Historical Trail Treks covered about 100 miles along the Oregon Trail from Cold Spring, near Guernsey to Fort Fetterman, near Douglas. About 150 trekkers began their trek at the Frederick ranch near the Cold Spring marker. Historical presentations were made at many stops. 1) Badger Station by Claude Adams; 2) Cottonwood Station by Helen Henderson and Bill Dubois; 3) Twin Springs by Virginia Cole Trenholm and Robert Larson; 4) Horseshoe Creek Crossing and Stage Station by Bill Shay; 5) The Elkhorn Wagon Train Encounter by Margert Mitchell Wilson; 6) La Bonte Station by Lyle Hildebrand and Joe Keenan; 7) Bozeman Trail by Leroy Moore; and 8) Fort Fetterman by Joe Keenan.
ALTERNATE SUBJECTS: Historical markers--Wyoming; Historical Treks; Wyoming State Historical Society; Wyoming State Archives and Historical Department; Wyoming State Historical Society--Platte County Chapter; Wyoming State Historical Society--Converse County Chapter; Transportation--Railroads--Cheyenne and Northern Railroad; Transportation--Railroads--Chicago and Northwestern Railroad; Battle of Horseshoe Creek; Badger Station; Twin Springs; Cottonwood Station; Cottonwood Creek; Fort Fetterman (Wyo.); Guernsey, Wyoming; Cold springs (Wyo.); Wendover, Wyoming; Porter's Rock (Wyo.); Migration--Oregon/California--Diaries; Horseshoe Creek Crossing and Stage Station; Central Overland Stage Line; Elkhorn Wagon Train; Heck Reel; Sugar Loaf Peak; Sibley Peak; Bridger's Ferry; Indian Wars of 1876; Carley, Maurine; Root, Curtiss; Novakovich, Phil; Ehernberger, Jim; Adams, Claude; Wilson, Mitchell; Shay, Bill; Keenan, Joe; Moore, Leroy; Henderson, Helen; Trenholm, Virginia Cole; Hildebrand, Lyle.
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