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Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site

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Fort Phil Kearny was established by Colonel Henry B. Carrington in July, 1866, near present-day Story, in Northeastern Wyoming. The largest of three forts, along the Bozeman Trail, established to protect emigrants traveling north to the gold fields of Montana, and also to prevent intertribal warfare between Native American tribes.

Located 2 miles from Exit 44, off U.S. Hwy. I-90, between Sheridan & Buffalo, Wyoming.

Location: P.O. Box 520, Story Wyoming 82842 Telephone 307-684-7629

Other History nearby:
(Big Horn) Bradford Brinton Memorial-Historic Ranch
(Story) Connor Battlefield State Historic Site
(Sheridan) Fetterman Massacre Monument
(Story) Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site
(Hyattville) Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site
(Sheridan) Trail End State Historic Site

07/04 Coming to The Story area
Big Horn Mountain Festival Buffalo WY July12-14 Acoustic, Americana, Folk, Old-Timey, Bluegrass & Traditional Music.