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Photography of Sara Wiles

Video duration: 26:23

Sara Wiles began taking pictures of Northern Arapaho people as a social worker on the Wind River Reservation. The photos were a chronicle and a gift to Indian families; now they tour art galleries and museums across the country. Wiles retains her close ties to reservation friends and families, even as she breaks new ground in her effort to use photographs to tell the stories of people and cultures

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Main Street Wyoming

What's In A Name?

Exploring the uniquenames of Wyoming towns, communities and landmarks.

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What's In A Name?

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Main Street Wyoming

Trapper's Point

An archaeological study of Trapper's Point helped researchers better understand migration.

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Trapper's Point

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Main Street Wyoming

Architecture of the Tetons

MSW explores two impactful architectural projects - one that was built and that was not.

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Architecture of the Tetons

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Main Street Wyoming

Art of Paper Marbling

Marbled paper is making a comeback, and Casper artist Tom West demonstrates.

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Art of Paper Marbling

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