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Fort Laramie and the pageant of the West, 1834-1890

by LeRoy R. Hafen and Francis Marion Young
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English
Lincoln, Nebraska : University of Nebraska Press, 1984, c1938
427 p. : ill., maps
0803272235

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Reprint. Originally published: Glendale, Calif. : A.H. Clark, c1938. 1 v.

Fort William was built in 1834; about 1841 it was replaced with an adobe fort and renamed Fort John, eventually being called Fort Laramie. In 1849 the trading fort became a military outpost until it was abandoned in 1890. The site is in Goshen County, Wyoming, across the Platte River from the town of Fort Laramie.

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