The Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation is a professional services group that supports units of the National Park System, such as Washita, in caring for cultural landscapes. Find videos of parks preserving cultural landscapes at nps. gov and search Olmsted Center. Washita’s cultural landscape is a fundamental resource that encompasses key elements related to the battle: Custer’s knoll; Black Kettle’s village and the pony slaughter site; the Black Kettle Tree (a modern, living monument); private devotional objects left by members of associated tribes; the Washita River; and topography, which influenced the selection of camp sites and screened the movements of…

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Best Guard Dog

Max, the Best Guard Dog and his owner Casen Allen enjoying the Annual Pet Parade at the Slief Library in CHeyenne. Casen is the son

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Top Hand Cowboy Camp

Washita Cowboy Fellowship, Cheyenne, will host the Top Hand Cowboy Camp June 7-10, 2023 from 6-8:30 PMCamp is Free for boys and girls pre-k through

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