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Heart Mountain Interpretive Center

Park County historians are searching throughout the Bighorn Basin for barracks that once housed Japanese Americans – you may own or work in one without even knowing it. During World War II, over 14,000 Japanese Americans were incarcerated in the Heart Mountain Relocation Center during its three-year existence. It was, at the time, the third-largest…

The CARES Act helps a local and important piece of Wyoming history stay alive. The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in the amount of $92,852 dollars. This funding was made available thanks to the CARES Act passed through the U.S. Congress. The grants are intended…

Heart Mountain joins a rarified group of historic places during a national even tomorrow. The Heart Mountain Interpretative Center will be featured during “America’s Summer Roadtrip,” a live online broadcast created and hosted by The Pursuit of History – a non-profit organization that engages adults in conversation about history and connects them with historic sites…

Climate Crisis will be the topic of discussion this Saturday. Wyoming Rising is sponsoring a presentation and open discussion regarding Wyoming’s response to the climate crisis and steps our community can take to be more self-sustaining in the event of dangerous changes. Mary Keller, an Associate Lecturer and the University of Wyoming, will be presenting…


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