Sheridan County
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Title:Sheridan County
History:The Tenth Territorial Legislative Assembly created and defined the boundary of Sheridan County on March 9, 1888. It was organized on May 11, 1888 with Sheridan as its county seat. (Wyoming Historical Blue Book, 1946)
County:Sheridan
Feature Category:Special Features
Origin Of Name:Named in honor of General Phil Sheridan, of the United States Army, Sheridan County lies in the heart of the Big Horn Mountains. It is midway between the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. Organized in 1888. County seat is in Sheridan. (WPA)The Tenth Territorial Legislative Assembly created and defined the boundary of Sheridan County on March 9, 1888. It was organized on May 11, 1888 with Sheridan as its county seat. (Wyoming Historical Blue Book, 1946)
Type (DCMI):JPEG
Topic:Historical Sheridan and Sheridan County. American Association of University Women. Sheridan Branch (Wyo.) Sheridan, Wyo. : Sheridan Chamber of Commerce, [1959?]; Snippets of Sheridan County history : 366 newsy little stories from the first 125 years of Sheridan County, Wyoming, 1888-2013. Georgen, Cynde. [Sheridan, Wyo.] : Sheridan County Historical Society, c2013.; Around the edges of Sheridan County history. McWilliams, Mary Ellen. Sheridan, WY : Sheridan County Historical Society, c2005.; Sheridan County heritage book. Sheridan County Extension Homemakers Council (Wyo.). Pierre, S.D. : State Publishing Co., c1983.; Brodie Farquhar. Sheridan County, Wyoming. Wyohistory.org
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Document ID:11141729

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