Sublette County
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Title:Sublette County
History:The Sixteenth State Legislature created and defined the boundary of Sublette County on February 15, 1921. It was organized on January 2, 1923 with Pinedale as its county seat. (Wyoming Historical Blue Book, 1946)
County:Sublette
Feature Category:Special Features
Origin Of Name:Named for William L. Sublette, fur trader and trapper, who discovered Jackson Lake, south of Yellowstone Park in 1828. Most of the boundary lines of this county are formed by natural barriers, making it a complete geographical unit. Organized in 1923. County seat is in Pinedale. (WPA)The Sixteenth State Legislature created and defined the boundary of Sublette County on February 15, 1921. It was organized on January 2, 1923 with Pinedale as its county seat. (Wyoming Historical Blue Book, 1946)
Type (DCMI):JPEG
Topic:Wyoming's last frontier, Sublette County, Wyoming : a settlement history. Rosenberg, Robert G. Glendo, Wyo. : High Plains Press, c1990.; From sand hills to forests and mountains. Showers, Harold. [Pinedale, Wyo.? : Harold Showers?], c1988.; They made Wyoming their own. Wallace, Eunice Ewer. [Boise, Idaho : Joslyn & Rentschler Lithoprinters], c1971.; Ann Chambers Noble. Sublette County, Wyoming. WyoHistory.org; Sublette County Historic Preservation Board. Photographic History of Sublette County. Web, 2015
Link:Search Wyoming Places
Document ID:11139449

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