3 edition of Military road from Fort Washakie to Snake River, Wyoming. found in the catalog.
Military road from Fort Washakie to Snake River, Wyoming.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Road from Fort Washakie to Buffalo Fork of Snake River, Wyoming|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
1 album ( albumen prints) ; 27 x 40 cm. (album) | Photographs document President Chester A. Arthur's excursion through Northwestern Wyoming to Yellowstone National Park in August of Views along the Presidential party's route include Fort Washakie; the Wind River Valley; Crosby Canyon; the Snake River Valley; Gros Ventre River; the Grand Tetons and Gros Ventre range. Email this Article.
The initial steps of this course began in with relationship building between NOLS Professional Training and the Fort Washakie Charter High School located on the Wind River Indian Reservation. An ensuing friendship was formed based upon many of the outdoor values and hands-on skills taught at the respective educational institutions. Fort Washakie is a census-designated place (CDP) in Fremont County, Wyoming, United States, within the Wind River Indian Reservation and along U.S. Route The population was 1, at the headquarters for the Eastern Shoshone Tribe is located in Fort Washakie, as well as the Bureau of Indian Affairs agency for the Wind River Indian Reservation.
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Military road, fort washakie to buffalo fork, snake river, wyoming. letter from the secretary of war, transmitting, with a letter from the chief of engineers, a copy of a report on the construction of a military road from fort washakie, wyo., to the mouth of the buffalo fork of snake river, wyoming.
Military road, Fort Washakie to Buffalo Fork, Snake River, Wyoming. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, with a letter from the Chief of Engineers, a copy of a report on the construction of a military road from Fort Washakie, Wyo., to the mouth of the Buffalo Fork of Snake River, Wyoming.
Hiram Chittenden, Report Upon the Construction, Repairs, and Maintenance of Roads and Bridges in the Yellowstone National Park and Construction of Military Road from Fort Washakie to Mouth of Buffalo Fork of Snake River, Wyoming and Erection of Monument to Sgt.
Charles Floyd In the Charge of Hiram M. Chittenden, Captain, Corps of Engineers. 6 works Search for books with subject Fort Washakie (Wyo.). Search. Military road from Fort Washakie to Snake River, Wyoming United States. Congress. House Read. Elizabeth Burt papers Elizabeth Burt Read.
Military road, Fort Washakie to Buffalo Fork, Snake River, Wyoming. Le United States. Congress. House Read. Military road between. ALGER, R. Military Road, Fort Washakie to Buffalo Fork, Snake River, Wyoming. Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting a Copy of a Report on the Construction of a Military Road from Fort Washakie, Wyo.
to the Mouth of the Buffalo Fork of Snake River, Wyoming House of Representatives. 55th Congress, 3d Session.
Document No. Chittenden, Annual Report Upon the Construction, Repairs, and Maintenance of Roads and Bridges In The Yellowstone National Park and Construction of Military Road from Fort Washakie To Mouth of Buffalo Fork of Snake River, Wyoming, Appendixes GGG and KKK of the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for Name was changed to Camp Brown in and then to Fort Washakie in It served as a military post until and was transferred to the Wind River Indian Reservation in It is located about 17 miles northwest of Lander, Wyoming in U.S.
Highway View of Fort Washakie and Little Wind River in Wyoming in A state marker and monument is located on the road (WY ) to the Fort Laramie military post, about two miles west of town.
The actual fort site is on private property. A Federal encampment on the Snake River. Fort Bonneville ( - ), Fort Washakie. There was no road into the Park proper untilwhen work on the road from West Thumb down the Snake River to the south boundary of the Yellowstone Park Timberland Reserve (established by presidential order March 30 and Septemand patrolled by solders of the Fort Yellowstone garrison) finally made it passable for wagons.
On the road to nowhere, the Little Snake River Valley is one of Wyoming’s best kept secrets. Winding around ancient volcanic mountains and through lush pasture land, the Little Snake River flows westward into the drier lands of Browns Park, an area steeped in outlaw history.
Book: Annual reports upon the construction, Construction of military road from Fort Washakie to mouth of Buffalo Fork of Snake River, Wyoming.
Creator(s) Chittenden, Hiram Martin. Corporate Creator(s) United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Fort Washakie was a U.S. Army fort in what is now the U.S. state of fort was established in and named Camp Augur after General Christopher C.
Augur, commander of the Department of the Platte. In the camp was renamed Camp Brown in honor of Captain Frederick H.
Brown, who was killed in the Fetterman Massacre in It was renamed again in in honor of Chief Washakie. Fort Washakie is a census-designated place (CDP) in Fremont County, Wyoming, United States, within the Wind River Indian Reservation and along U.S. Route The population was 1, at the census.
Fort Washakie is named after nearby Fort Washakie, a U.S Army post established in and named after Chief Washakie in 1. Northeastern U.S. Roads, Trails & Paths - Albany Post Road; Albany and Schenectady Turnpike; Allegheny Path; Ancram Turnpike; Appian Way; Assunpink Trail.
Routes to Virginia, Carolinas, & Georgia - Augusta Road; Augusta and Cherokee Trail; Augusta-Savannah Trail. Trans-Appalachian Roads, Trail, & Paths - Aurora and Terra Alta Turnpike; Avery’s Trace. Fort Washakie () – First known as Camp Augur, this sub-post of Fort Bridger was established by Lieutenant Patrick Henry Breslin and troops from the 4th U.S.
Infantry on Jwhere Lander now sits. Less than a year later, it was reorganized as a separate post on Maand renamed Camp Brown after Captain Frederick H. Brown, who was killed in the Fetterman Massacre. Fort Washakie is in Fremont County, in the Riverton metro area. The community was named after Shoshone Chief Washakie.
His policies of accomodation with the Whites also included an insistance that there be provided schools, hospitals, and other services.
Thus, in the Fort Bridger treaty of with the Shoshoni, the Government pledged to establish a school at Fort Washakie at a cost of not.
Established by the federal government in as Camp Augur. Name changed to Camp Brown. Renamed Fort Washakie in for Chief Washakie of the Shoshone tribe.
A government post untilit is now headquarters for the offices of the United States Indian Services on the Wind River Indian Reservation. (WPA) Named for Chief Washakie of the Shoshoni Indians. Augur, Camp, Wyoming, on Little Wind River; name changed to Fort Washakie.
Bridger, Fort, Wyoming near Carter's Station, Union Pacific Railroad, Uinta County; now town of that name. Brown, Camp, Wyoming Now Fort Washakie. This itinerary was created by Robin Smathers, a finalist in Travel Wyoming's Fly Your WY Road Trip contest.
The winner of this contest will receive a trip to Wyoming's Wind River Country. Explore some of Wyoming's most beautiful mountain ranges along this three-day road trip that follows the Rockies to Tetons route, starting near the Snowy Range in southeast Wyoming, winding.
United States American Indians Wyoming Indians of Wyoming Wind River Indian Reservation (Wyoming). The Wind River Indian Reservation is a federally-recognized reservation, located in west-central (Fremont and Hot Springs Counties) ished -- Agency (BIA) -- Wind River Indian Agency located at Fort Washakie, Wyoming Principal tribes -- Northern Arapaho and Eastern.
Fort Stambaugh. Fort Fred Steele. Fort Washakie (Camp Brown) Fort Yellowstone. During the s, the area now known as Wyoming became a focus for Westward Expansion.
The discovery of the South Pass route over the Rocky Mountains was the primary reason for the location of the Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, California, and Pony Express historic trails.Fort Washakie () - Established as a relocated Camp Brown (2) in by Captain Robert A.
Torrey, 1st U.S. Infantry, in the present day town of Fort Washakie, Fremont County, d Fort Washakie 30 Dec after Shoshone Chief Washakie, father-in-law of Jim chief resided at Fort Washakie until his death in Permanently abandoned by the .The Wind River Indian Reservation is the primary site of most of John Roberts’s life and ministry.
The reservation communities of Fort Washakie and Ethete are central to the story. Trout Creek Road, Fremont Countywhich turns southwest off US at Fort Washakie, is the turnoff for the Roberts Mission and Sacagawea Cemetery.
It is the continuation of the road from Ethete after it.