Historical Markers in
Goshen County, Wyoming

A Father’s Grief . . . A Soldier’s Honor Administration Building Ben Trout Homestead Shack Between Two Worlds . . . the American Métis C.O.’s Chicken Coop Captain’s Quarters Cavalry Barracks Cold Springs Commissary Storehouse Crossroads of a Nation Moving West Embassy on the Northern Plains Empire, Wyoming: African American Community Building in the West Fort John – The ‘Second Fort Laramie’ Fort Laramie Fort Laramie National Historic Site Fort Laramie National Historic Site Fort Platte Fort William and the Fur Trade General Sink (Latrine) Guardhouse Handcarts – The New Plan Infantry Barracks John (Portugee) Phillips Magazine Mary Elizabeth Homsley Military Justice: Punishment Harsh and Certain Mormon Pioneer Trail Mormon Pioneers at Fort Laramie Noncommissioned Officers’ Quarters Officers Quarters Old Army Bridge Over the Platte River Old Bedlam Old Texas Trail Oregon Trail Oregon Trail Oregon Trail Oregon Trail Parade Ground Post Quartermaster’s Area Reading, ‘Riting, and ‘Rithmetic Refinement at Fort Laramie Sawmill Site of Army Bridge Spanning a Century: End of an Era Stuart’s 1812-13 Astorian Party Campsite Texas Trail The Cavalry Stables The Cheyenne-Black Hills Trail The Grattan Fight The Greatest Ride in History The Journey West Continues The Oregon Trail The Pony Express The Post Bakeries The Post Hospital The Queens of Soap Suds Row The Rustic Hotel The Rustic Hotel “ . . . No Second-Rate Affair” The Sutler’s House The Sutler’s Store The “Government Workhouse” The “New” Guardhouse and Adjacent Barracks To All Pioneers Transcontinental Telegraph ‘Where’s the Wall?’ “If I Should Die Before…” “Officers Row”