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Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center

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909 W. Ramshorn
Dubois, WY 82513 United States
307-455-2284 duboismuseum.johanna@gmail.com www.fremontcountymuseums.com

See the history of the Upper Wind River Valley including the Sheep Eater Indians. Tours arranged by special request.

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April 2021

Dubois Museum: Swift Fox Ecology

April 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center, 909 W. Ramshorn
Dubois, WY 82513 United States
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Free

Dubois Museum: Swift Fox Ecology, Distribution and Trends in WY with  Nichole Bjornlie, WG&F, on Zoom. Swift foxes are the smallest canid in Wyoming.  Traditionally identified as a short-grass prairie species, swift fox abundance and distribution declined greatly in the late 19th and 20th centuries due to loss of native prairie habitat and widespread predator control. Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series.

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May 2021

 Dubois Museum: Mason Draw Adventure Trek

May 18 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center, 909 W. Ramshorn
Dubois, WY 82513 United States
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$10

Explore the gorgeous views and amazing geology of Mason Draw. Filled with debris from the neighboring Wind River Mountains. A great rock-hounding area with plenty of interesting geology, crossbedding, flowers, and old stream channels. Moderate hiking. Bring bear spray, bug spray, and lunch. Social distancing encouraged. Wind River Visitors Council Adventure Trek Reservations required: 307-455-2284  

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Dubois Museum: Buckskins and Ballgowns: A History of Fashion and Dress ‘Out West’, 1920-1940, on Zoom

May 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center, 909 W. Ramshorn
Dubois, WY 82513 United States
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Free

Join Dr. Alison L Goodrum, NZ, as she travels back through time to the Golden Age of the dude ranch vacation: The Interwar Era.  She’ll unpack the history of the vacation wardrobe of the American West. Learn the etiquette and dress codes of the day. Brimming with intriguing facts, figures, her presentation includes primary archive material in the form of dress artifacts, vacation brochures, diary accounts, magazine articles, photographs, and advertisements. Note the difference between ‘casual’, ‘technical’, ‘specialist’ – and…

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