Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

Tammy Musick, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. T.J. Musick of Cheyenne caught a 28 inch, 8-3/4-pound fish! Sue Shotwell, Curator of the Blackkettle Museum tells us she had welcomed around 3,000 visitors into the museum this summer. “They come from every state in the union, and some from foreign countries.” Visitors see exhibits of three categories, Indian Artifacts, Early Pioneer and 7th Cavalry. They also have an opportunity to obtain handmade Indian souvenirs. An ample supply of tourism information is available for the taking. Besides being a delight to vacationers and families, just out for a drive, the museum is…

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Honor

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