The Dubois Museum preserves and interprets the history of the Upper Wind River Valley. Exhibits focus on the Mountain Shoshone (first inhabitants of the valley), homesteaders who settled in the 1800s, and Scandinavian loggers (tie hacks) who cut railroad ties for the nation's railroads.
Charlie Moore collection (one of the two oldest guest ranches in Wyoming); Tie Hack Gallery; Mountain Shoshone steatite tools, horn bows, and other artifacts; Animals and geology of the area;Homestead Cabin; School house; tie hack and petroglyph site tours by reservation.
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