Fort Fred Steele State Historic Site Map
near Fort Fred Steele, Wyoming
This frontier Army post has a fascinating history interlacing transportation with the military and the growth of the lumber and livestock industries in Wyoming. Fort Fred Steele was established on June 20, 1868, and occupied until August 7, 1886, by soldiers who were sent by the U.S. Government to guard the railroad against attack from Native Americans. Many of the remaining foundations are visible but very few structures are intact.
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Trail map from Snowy Range.
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Map of park with detail of recreation zones
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Geologic Map of Mount Zirkel Wilderness
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