Project Description

Changes to the characteristics of the landscape

Looking at how the human migration process has changed the characteristics of the landscape, this virtual tour will explore southeastern Sheridan County through the themes of nomadic, the horse, water, and settlement.

The Human Migration of Southeastern Sheridan County virtual tour will be made public in the Spring of 2021.

The human migration process has changed the characteristics of the landscape from hunters and gathers, agriculture and livestock, the railroad industry, and related 20th century events. This virtual tour will explore southeastern Sheridan County through the themes of nomadic, the horse, water, and settlement.

Schedule a virtual tour for your community group

Contact Carrie, SCLT Historical Educator, history@sheridanclt.org or 307-673-4702

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CARRIE EDINGER HISTORICAL EDUCATOR AND EVENTS COORDINATOR

Carrie Edinger

Historical Educator and Events Coordinator