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American Heritage Center
LARAMIE — Through the lens, Doc Thissen preserves the past.
CHEYENNE — Hundreds of Star Trek fans from several states entered a contest to name an old ball of fake fur at the University of Wyoming.
LARAMIE — For the past few years, folk life specialist Andrea Graham has been all over the state, compiling one of Wyoming's most abundant resources: hunting folklore.
CASPER, Wyo. — When someone from an oil company called to make Harry “Bud” Rogers an offer for the rights to drill on his land, the retiree was stunned.
LARAMIE — A team from the University of Wyoming's American Heritage Center is assessing people's perspectives about a potential oil boom in southeast Wyoming
CASPER, Wyo. — Before there was “The Virginian,” the novel’s characters existed elsewhere.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Papers and correspondence of one of the most popular U.S. Civil War historians is now accessible through the University of Wyoming American Heritage Center.
LARAMIE, Wyo. - The American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming will take part in a program to preserve digital information so it can be analyzed later by historians and other researchers.
CASPER - Fort Caspar Museum is hosting a new traveling exhibit from the American Heritage Center in Laramie, according to a media release.
LARAMIE - The University of Wyoming has purchased two historical Jewish scrolls for the Toppan Rare Books Library at the American Heritage Center.