Historical Markers in Section 6

Fort Hat Creek
About 14 miles north of Lusk on US Highway 18/85

Cheyenne-Deadwood Trail
Just west of Lusk on Highway 18 at Rest Stop

George Lathrop Monument
West of Lusk on US Highway 18 at Rest Stop on south side of US Highway 18/20.
Adjacent to Cheyenne-Deadwood Trail Informative Sign

Redwood Water Tank
North side of US Highway 20 just east of Lusk

Breaks in the Prairie
Just west of Lusk on US Highway 18 at rest stop

American Legion-Ferdinand Bransletter Post No. 1
US Highway 20 at west end of Van Tassell

Mother Featherlegs Shepherd
Turn south and go 10 miles on dirt road about 1.7 miles
west of junction of US Highway 20/85 & 18/20

Rawhide Buttes
About 10 miles south of Lusk to west of US Highway 85

Spanish Diggings
West edge of Lusk

Jireh
5 miles west of Manville on US Highway 18; 2 mile east of Keeline,
where US Highway 18/20 intersects with the Jireh Road.

Cottonwoods: Home Along the Prairie River
At Orin rest area

Wildland Diversity
Dwyer Jct. Exit I-25 rest area

Enough Water To Go Around?
At Guernsey Rest stop 2.5 miles east of Guernsey

Oregon Trail Ruts Interpretive Signs
At Oregon Trail Ruts State Historic Site

Oregon Trail Ruts
Oregon Trail Ruts State Historic Site

Register Cliff

Olinger's Overlook Interpretive Signs
At Guernsey Rest Stop two and a half miles east of Guernsey

Register Cliff
US Highway 26 just east of Guernsey

Grave of Lucindy Rollins, 1849-1934
At Oregon Trail Ruts State Historic Site

Warm Springs
On private land in Platte County

Elva Ingram
On private land in Platte County

Babe "Little Sweetheart of the Prairie" April 1906-June 14, 1958
25 miles north of Torrington on private land

Henry Hill
Located on private land in Goshen County along the Oregon Trail

The Journey West Continues
About 2 miles west & northwest of Fort Laramie National Historic Site on the Oregon Trail

Cheyenne-Black Hills Stage Monument
U.S. highway 26 about 5 miles west of Fort Laramie

The Greatest Ride in History
About a quarter mile from the entrance of the
Fort Laramie National Historic Site on Fort Laramie Road.

Grattan Fight Site
State Highway 157, 3 miles west of Lingle

Wyoming Rural Electrification
U.S. Highway 26 about one mile east of Lingle at rest area

Agriculture & Wildlife
At rest stop just east of Lingle

Stuart Campsite
On U.S. Highway 26 about 5 miles east of Torrington

Cold Springs
On the east side of U.S. Highway 85 about one and a half miles south of the intersection
of U.S. Highways 85 & 26 in Torrington. Adjacent to Oregon Trail marker

Of Birds & Bluffs
At the rest area south of LaGrange on U.S. Highway 85

Pine Bluffs Interpretive Signs
Archeological site at rest stop off I-80 exit 401

Lathrop Hills, Surveyor For the First Transcontinental Railroad, Killed by Indians
South of the Post Office in Hillside

Swan Land & Cattle Company

Merci Boxcar Train
Northeast of downtown at the corner of Lincolnway & Big Horn in front of the American Legion Hall

Big Boy Locomotive
Southeast of downtown Cheyenne in Holiday Park

Old Governor's Mansion
300 East 21st Street in Cheyenne

The Cheyenne Club
17th Street & Warren Avenue in downtown Cheyenne

Cheyenne-Fort Laramie-Deadwood Trail
22nd Street & Capitol Avenue in downtown Cheyenne

Cheyenne Opera House & Territorial Library
North of corner of 17th Street on Capitol Avenue in downtown Cheyenne.
On the side of the old J.C. Penney store

Liberty Bell Model
24th Street & Capitol Avenue on the capitol lawn in Cheyenne

Esther Hobart Morris Statue
In front of Capitol Building in Cheyenne

St. Mark's Episcopal Church
1908 Central Avenue in downtown Cheyenne

Castle Dare 1886
Just east of Pioneer Avenue & 20th Streets in Cheyenne

Cheyenne Architectural Heritage Map
Corner of W. Lincolnway & Capitol Avenue in downtown Cheyenne

The Gangplank
About 16 miles west of Cheyenne on I-80

Wyoming's Wildlife Heritage
At I-25 Exit 7 rest stop

The Greeting & The Gift
At the information center rest area just south of I-25/I-80 junction

Camp Carlin
Just west of Cheyenne on State Highway 210

Railing from Riner Viaduct in Service from 1929-1982
In the entrance of the Wyoming State Transportation Department in Cheyenne

Little Bear Monument
About 27 miles north of Cheyenne on I-25

Chugwater Rock Outcroppings
Chugwater Rest Area at I-25, Exit 54

In Honor of Jacques LaRamie
State Highway 320 north of Wheatland

Wyoming State Fair
400 W. Center in Douglas (307) 358-2398

Jackalopes

Fort Fetterman
I-25 Exit 140

Fort Fetterman Plaques
At Fort Fetterman Historic Site

Herman Werner 1892-1973
Fort Fetterman Site Memorial Shelter

Ayres Natural Bridge Park
South of I-25 Exit 151 on Natural Bridge Road

Big Muddy Oil Field
About 10 miles west of Glenrock on I-25

Mary J. Hurley
This Oregon-California Trails Association marker is on private land in Converse County

Deer Creek Station
Cedar and 4th Streets in Glenrock

McKinstry Ridge
This is located on private land in Converse County

Martin Ringo
Located on private land in Converse County

Joel Hembree
Located on private land in Converse County

Construction History
At Wyoming Territorial Prison

Prisoners
At Wyoming Territorial Prison

One Mile South
About 5 miles southwest of Laramie on Highway 230

Fort Sanders Marker
About 2 miles south of I-80 Exit 313 on Highway 287. Located in a fenced
enclosure on Kiowa Street just northeast of the cement plant.

Laramie
1502 S. 3rd in Laramie just north of I-80 Exit 313

Laramie City Historical Signs
Located on grounds of Ivinson Mansion at 603 Ivinson Avenue in Laramie

Sherman Mountains
At pullout on I-80 between exits 329 & 335

Gateway to the Rockies
At Exit 323 rest area

The Ames Monument
Near the summit between Cheyenne & Laramie
approximately 1.5 miles south of I-80, exit 329

Tree Rock
At pullout on I-80 between exits 329 & 335

Father of the Interstate Highway System
I-80 Exit 323 at Summit rest area

Dinosaur Graveyard
US Highway 30/287 at the Carbon/Albany County Line

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