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Main Street Wyoming

Wyoming's Original Main Street

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In this edition of Main Street Wyoming, we'll take a look at the discovery of South Pass, and its impact on America's westward expansion. In the early days of the United States the Continental Divide served as a barrier, a wall that blocked its western frontier. Early explorers struggled to find a suitable way to cross this barrier.

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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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Main Street Wyoming

The Mystery of the Horse Creek Girl

An Anthropology student was tasked with identifying tribal affiliation of human remains.

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The Mystery of the Horse Creek Girl

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