As noted in earlier posts John Casady and his wife Klina owned and published the Cheyenne Star from 1911-1965. They built and moved into our Star Building in 1923. Being a very different time, artifacts from the Battle of the Washita Battlesite were displayed in the large front windows of the Star Building as Cheyenne’s first museum for many of those years. Most of those artifacts ended up at the Blackkettle museum and then with the Oklahoma Historical Society. John Casady’s good relationship with the Cheyenne-Arapaho meant he did help with reburial of unknown remains in 1930, and the transferral…

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