Historical Markers in
Natrona County, Wyoming

A Look Back A Tribute to Hardship Alcova Reservoir And On the Horizon... Battle of Red Buttes Bridger and Bozeman Trails Bridger Road – Waltman Crossing Cable Tool Drilling Rig Casper - Natrona County - State Founding Casper Army Air Base Casper: "The Oil Capital of the Rockies" City of Casper Civilian Conservation Corps Devil's Gate Eadsville Ella Watson Ellen L. Watson (“Cattle Kate”) Emigrant Gap Historical Site First Among Many Following the River Frederick Richard Fulkerson Fremont Canyon Fremont Canyon Power Plant Geologic Story Geology Giving Shape to History Goose Egg Ranch Guinard Bridge Gushers, Hell’s Half Acre Independence Rock Independence Rock Indians Of Wyoming Lure of the West Mama Sage Marking Their Progress Marking Their Progress Martin's Cove Martin's Cove Midwest Veterans Memorial Military Explorers Monument Corrections Mormon Pioneer Trail Naming a Landmark Oil Boom Towns Old Fort Caspar Old Pioneer Military Cemetery Oregon Trail Oregon Trail Oregon Trail Oregon-California Trail Oregon/California/Mormon Trails Pathfinder Dam Construction Pioneer Monument / Fort Casper Platte Bridge Cemetery Pony Express Pronghorns and Sagebrush Queen City of the West Railroads Ranching in Wyoming Ranching Takes Its Place Reconstructed Fort Caspar Red Buttes Reluctant Farewells Richard Bridge and Military Complex Richard's Bridge Robert Stuart Cabin Site Salt Creek Oil Field Salt Creek Oil Field Salt Creek Oil Field Scandal! Science Visits the West Shape of the Future Site of Fort Casper Site of Old Platte Bridge Society in an Oil Patch Sun Ranch The Armory The Battle at Platte Bridge The Battle of Red Buttes The Emigrant Road The Mormon Ferry The Mormons The Oregon Trail The Oregon Trail The Ox-Team Monument Expedition The Pioneer Women The Pony Express The Preservation of Independence Rock The Road to Zion The Town of Mills The Upper Crossing The “Mormon” Ferry Tom Sun Ranch Willow Springs Witnessing the Past Wyoming's Oil & Gas "History Is Not Obvious" “Committed to the Land”