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Historic Preservation and Conservation

University of Wyoming

University of Wyoming American Studies Program

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Miller Ranch Interpretive Plan, National Elk Refuge, Mary Humstone Aug 2005

Miller Ranch Interpretive Plan, National Elk Refuge, Mary Humstone

Miller Ranch

The Miller Ranch interpretive plan recommends interpreting the Miller house as it was when the Millers lived there, and using the other ranch buildings, include a historic Forest Service office and a large livestock and hay barn, for interpretation and related activities such as workshops.

The site survey, historical research, and interpretive plan were completed by University of Wyoming American Studies students as part of a summer field course and summer internship under the supervision of Mary Humstone. This interpretive plan was developed for the National Elk Refuge and in cooperation with the US Fish and Wildlife Service.


Sky Ranch National Register Of Historic Places Registration Form, Mary Humstone Jul 2005

Sky Ranch National Register Of Historic Places Registration Form, Mary Humstone

Sky Ranch Historic District

The initial survey of Sky Ranch, building descriptions and historical research for this National Register nomination were completed for Grand Teton National Park by University of Wyoming students under the supervision of Mary Humstone as part of a summer field course, internship and graduate assistant project.


Sunrise Mine National Register Of Historic Places Registration Form, Mary Humstone, Dwayne Meadows Feb 2005

Sunrise Mine National Register Of Historic Places Registration Form, Mary Humstone, Dwayne Meadows

Sunrise Mine Historic District

The survey of the Sunrise Iron Ore Mine and accompanying compilation of historical research were undertaken by the University of Wyoming American Studies Program, under the supervision of Mary Humstone.


Sheridan Railroad Historic District National Register Of Historic Places Registration Form, Mary Humstone Feb 2004

Sheridan Railroad Historic District National Register Of Historic Places Registration Form, Mary Humstone

Sheridan Railroad Historic District

The initial survey of the Sheridan Railroad Historic District, building descriptions and historical research for this National Register nomination were completed by University of Wyoming students as part of a historic preservation field class and summer internships under the supervision of Mary Humstone. The nomination was sponsored by the Sheridan Heritage Center.

The individual properties within the National Register nomination are organized by street and property address beginning with the north-south streets (Broadway, Gould Street and Main Street) and continuing with the east-west streets in numerical order from First to Fifth.