52 minutes | Nov 11th 2020

Indian Wars

 “Indian Wars” is blanket term used to describe conflicts dating from the late 15th century until the early 20th century. How does one small community in Northern Wyoming fit in to the Indian Wars? Through the lives of men like John Jack Reynolds, John F. Corbett, Milton Busby, Nathan Rush, Robert Augustus Torrey, and Charles Blackstone.“Meeteetse Stories” cover art by Jenna WilliamsSpecial Thanks to our Special Guests in this episode: Kathleen Holtzer, veteran researcherDr. Larry Todd for reading excerpts from Josh Deane’s autobiographyAri Kelman, Chancellor’s Leadership Professor of History at the University of California, Davishttps://arikelman.org/https://history.ucdavis.edu/people/akelman/  Randall Wise, Site Manager for Pioneer Museum in Landerrandywisepioneermuseum@gmail.comhttps://fremontcountymuseums.com/  Jeffery Means, Associate Professor of History at the University of Wyomingjmeans4@uwyo.eduhttp://www.uwyo.edu/history/people/faculty/means.html
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