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The first bank in what is now Fremont County was opened in South Pass in 1869 by Illif & Company and was managed by Judge Amos Steck. In South Pass in the years 1868 to 1870, William Er- vin, N. At Miners Delight, John Curry, George Mc Kay, John Dillabough, John Yancy and the Miners De- light Mining Company did trading, and now the old stand-by, James Kime, alone supplies the wants of all in a general store. The first ctage line was on the old Cali- fornia Overland Road from St. I would like very much to see Mother and the bal- lenc of our family, Aunt Betsey and in fact all my old friends and will if I live till I can fix my business so it will not suffer without my attention.

This was a private in- stitution and did business mostly in the pur- chase of gold dust and the shipment of same for mining parties. Amoretti, Son & Company built and opened a bank in Lander, which is now in a prosperous and flourishing condition, doing a general bank- ing business with E. Joseph, Mis- souri, to Salt Lake, Utah, run by Mc Graw who carried a monthly mail. I have sold 100,000 dollars worth goods during the past seven months and the profits were very good if I have no bad luck this season can make all the money I will ever want and my opinion is that luck depends on management and having had some experience think I will make it you write that you are about brother Riley size and if report be true you are a very good looking man at least thought so by the girls.

In 1846 General emont, after whom this county was named, plored this section, climbing the highest ik of the Wind River range, giving his me to same; and he was the first to map d make a survey and make it known to : world. When Wyoming was yet a part of Dakota territory, Sweetwater County (out of which Fremont County was created) was Carter County. District Clerk Jesse Knight, also Deputy District Clerk E. South Pass pad a flourishing district school and has con- inued to have up to the present time. It was frozen n and when we saw it, was balanced upon in ice pedestal about three feet high and vith an area on top of only a third of that )f the boulder. Many crevices are impassable and hin ice at many places might precipitate one nto a very cold bath.

Mounds of stone and decaying headboards frequently mark the resting place of those killed along the line of the emigrant road. They killed Captain Lawrence at the Clarissa mine, killed Tony Sholes at Sweet- water and captured a man by the name of Taylor, whom they burned at the stake about two miles back, or north of South Pass. Kiriland a millinery store and Chalmers & [Burnett have a harness store and supply raw 'or manufactured materials. Baldwin kept a trading post at Double Log Cabins on the Popoagie, then on Baldwin Creek, later in 18 was post trader at Fort Stam- baugh. At the Shoshone Agency, Noble & Land have a store and are Indian traders. This was first traveled y traders of the American Fur Company under John B. In 1859 General [Lander made survey and laid out a road through this county from Burnt Ranch on weetwater to the upper crossing of Green iver, thence to Oregon via Bear Lake, Utah, taking with him a train of emigrants and making a good road. And thank high heaven my wild ats are all sowed and for the past 4 years have been reaping the harvest. NICKERSON (Written in 1886) The Indian tribes occupying the section nbraced within the limits of what is now remont County, when first discovered by men, were the Crow nation up to hite , and since then by the Shoshones, Ban jck and Arapahoe tribes. Cadwell, County Super- intendent of Schools, Samuel Iiames Cor- oner, F. Wood Surveyor, James Kime Representative Territorial Legislature, L. Vidal, appointed by the Sheriff, Deputy Sher- iff at Lander, and J. Total population in 1885 was about 1,200; total assessed valuation

Mounds of stone and decaying headboards frequently mark the resting place of those killed along the line of the emigrant road. They killed Captain Lawrence at the Clarissa mine, killed Tony Sholes at Sweet- water and captured a man by the name of Taylor, whom they burned at the stake about two miles back, or north of South Pass. Kiriland a millinery store and Chalmers & [Burnett have a harness store and supply raw 'or manufactured materials. Baldwin kept a trading post at Double Log Cabins on the Popoagie, then on Baldwin Creek, later in 18 was post trader at Fort Stam- baugh. At the Shoshone Agency, Noble & Land have a store and are Indian traders. This was first traveled y traders of the American Fur Company under John B. In 1859 General [Lander made survey and laid out a road through this county from Burnt Ranch on weetwater to the upper crossing of Green iver, thence to Oregon via Bear Lake, Utah, taking with him a train of emigrants and making a good road. And thank high heaven my wild ats are all sowed and for the past 4 years have been reaping the harvest.

NICKERSON (Written in 1886) The Indian tribes occupying the section nbraced within the limits of what is now remont County, when first discovered by men, were the Crow nation up to hite $54, and since then by the Shoshones, Ban jck and Arapahoe tribes. Cadwell, County Super- intendent of Schools, Samuel Iiames Cor- oner, F. Wood Surveyor, James Kime Representative Territorial Legislature, L. Vidal, appointed by the Sheriff, Deputy Sher- iff at Lander, and J. Total population in 1885 was about 1,200; total assessed valuation $1,983,038. Kingman vas first Judge of District Court, followed by AT. The student of geology begins with the| lowest (altitudinally the highest) formation' and follows the fault planes and geological* measures back to those surfaces which are familiar to all. and other lines, oil sands, phosphates, redf beds and shales are all exposed and may be' measure and studied. ) States surround Gannet, Mount Helen andu Chimney Mountain.

Lewis and Clarke, the first explorers, came the Yellowstone in 1806. The warrants of this county have always been worth their face and have even sold for a premium of 10 cents when distressed for taxes and sold to the highest bidder. The hostile Indians drove the first prospectors out, who returned in a month with reinforcements and made permanent camp and settlement. It stands out like the top }f a chimney with a notch in the middle of t against a setting sun and is right in the niddle of the glacial area.

Chief of the trappers and prospectors first within the limits of this country or any oth- er were Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, La Jeu- nesse, Sorrell, Guerrie, Beaurais, Dock Leon- ard, William Mc Cabe, Frank Lone, J. They captured 23 head of horses and drove out the prospectors, who returned in September with large reinforcements and have held the county since. The road from South Pass to Lander, Fort Washakie and Meeteetse was a natural In- dian and game trail, traveled by the first prospectors and settlers, afterward improved by the settlers and later by the county. Last year ' cleared 2000.00has always been my in- ention to get in shape to follow my back rack through life and make straight all the :rooked steps which I made when young.

In the summer of 1868 Jeff Standifer, an old western explorer, prospector and Indian fighter, left South Pass and Atlantic with six other men from these places to prospect on the head of Wind River. The same is true of all the other roads in the ounty; mostly natural roads and very good for a mountainous country. Vt last the country west is being opened riore and more every day which makes a good pening for business.

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Mounds of stone and decaying headboards frequently mark the resting place of those killed along the line of the emigrant road. They killed Captain Lawrence at the Clarissa mine, killed Tony Sholes at Sweet- water and captured a man by the name of Taylor, whom they burned at the stake about two miles back, or north of South Pass. Kiriland a millinery store and Chalmers & [Burnett have a harness store and supply raw 'or manufactured materials. Baldwin kept a trading post at Double Log Cabins on the Popoagie, then on Baldwin Creek, later in 18 was post trader at Fort Stam- baugh. At the Shoshone Agency, Noble & Land have a store and are Indian traders. This was first traveled y traders of the American Fur Company under John B. In 1859 General [Lander made survey and laid out a road through this county from Burnt Ranch on weetwater to the upper crossing of Green iver, thence to Oregon via Bear Lake, Utah, taking with him a train of emigrants and making a good road. And thank high heaven my wild ats are all sowed and for the past 4 years have been reaping the harvest. NICKERSON (Written in 1886) The Indian tribes occupying the section nbraced within the limits of what is now remont County, when first discovered by men, were the Crow nation up to hite $54, and since then by the Shoshones, Ban jck and Arapahoe tribes. Cadwell, County Super- intendent of Schools, Samuel Iiames Cor- oner, F. Wood Surveyor, James Kime Representative Territorial Legislature, L. Vidal, appointed by the Sheriff, Deputy Sher- iff at Lander, and J. Total population in 1885 was about 1,200; total assessed valuation $1,983,038. Kingman vas first Judge of District Court, followed by AT. The student of geology begins with the| lowest (altitudinally the highest) formation' and follows the fault planes and geological* measures back to those surfaces which are familiar to all. and other lines, oil sands, phosphates, redf beds and shales are all exposed and may be' measure and studied. ) States surround Gannet, Mount Helen andu Chimney Mountain.Lewis and Clarke, the first explorers, came the Yellowstone in 1806. The warrants of this county have always been worth their face and have even sold for a premium of 10 cents when distressed for taxes and sold to the highest bidder. The hostile Indians drove the first prospectors out, who returned in a month with reinforcements and made permanent camp and settlement. It stands out like the top }f a chimney with a notch in the middle of t against a setting sun and is right in the niddle of the glacial area.Chief of the trappers and prospectors first within the limits of this country or any oth- er were Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, La Jeu- nesse, Sorrell, Guerrie, Beaurais, Dock Leon- ard, William Mc Cabe, Frank Lone, J. They captured 23 head of horses and drove out the prospectors, who returned in September with large reinforcements and have held the county since. The road from South Pass to Lander, Fort Washakie and Meeteetse was a natural In- dian and game trail, traveled by the first prospectors and settlers, afterward improved by the settlers and later by the county. Last year ' cleared 2000.00has always been my in- ention to get in shape to follow my back rack through life and make straight all the :rooked steps which I made when young.In the summer of 1868 Jeff Standifer, an old western explorer, prospector and Indian fighter, left South Pass and Atlantic with six other men from these places to prospect on the head of Wind River. The same is true of all the other roads in the ounty; mostly natural roads and very good for a mountainous country. Vt last the country west is being opened riore and more every day which makes a good pening for business.

,983,038. Kingman vas first Judge of District Court, followed by AT. The student of geology begins with the| lowest (altitudinally the highest) formation' and follows the fault planes and geological* measures back to those surfaces which are familiar to all. and other lines, oil sands, phosphates, redf beds and shales are all exposed and may be' measure and studied. ) States surround Gannet, Mount Helen andu Chimney Mountain.Lewis and Clarke, the first explorers, came the Yellowstone in 1806. The warrants of this county have always been worth their face and have even sold for a premium of 10 cents when distressed for taxes and sold to the highest bidder. The hostile Indians drove the first prospectors out, who returned in a month with reinforcements and made permanent camp and settlement. It stands out like the top }f a chimney with a notch in the middle of t against a setting sun and is right in the niddle of the glacial area.Chief of the trappers and prospectors first within the limits of this country or any oth- er were Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, La Jeu- nesse, Sorrell, Guerrie, Beaurais, Dock Leon- ard, William Mc Cabe, Frank Lone, J. They captured 23 head of horses and drove out the prospectors, who returned in September with large reinforcements and have held the county since. The road from South Pass to Lander, Fort Washakie and Meeteetse was a natural In- dian and game trail, traveled by the first prospectors and settlers, afterward improved by the settlers and later by the county. Last year ' cleared 2000.00has always been my in- ention to get in shape to follow my back rack through life and make straight all the :rooked steps which I made when young.In the summer of 1868 Jeff Standifer, an old western explorer, prospector and Indian fighter, left South Pass and Atlantic with six other men from these places to prospect on the head of Wind River. The same is true of all the other roads in the ounty; mostly natural roads and very good for a mountainous country. Vt last the country west is being opened riore and more every day which makes a good pening for business.

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