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One dozen local authors to appear at Fort Caspar signing event

Admission to the Fort Caspar Museum will be free during the event.

Ft. Caspar Museum (File; Trevor T. Trujillo, Oil City News)

The Fort Caspar Museum will be hosting a dozen local authors at the facility for a book signing event in early December.

The signing is scheduled to be held at Fort Caspar Museum on Saturday, December 4 from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

“Drop in to the Museum’s gift shop and pick up a title or two, then have your selections personalized for yourself or for that book lover on your Christmas list,” Fort Caspar Museum Association officials say. “Authors who will be present have written on a wide range of topics, from works involving the history of Casper and Central Wyoming to mysteries and cookbooks.”

Authors currently scheduled to apprear:

  • Sophie Anderson, “Clandestine”
  • Michelle Bahe, “Casper’s Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps”
  • Vaughn Cronin, “Casper,” “Casper Mountain,” and “Casper Mountain More Magic”
  • L.E. DeClue, “Conspiracy in Yellowstone”
  • Jefferson Glass, “Reshaw: The Life and Times of John Baptiste Richard” and “Empire: The Pioneer Legacy of an American Ranch Family”
  • Robert King, “Trails to Rails: A History of Wyoming’s Railroads” and “Kettles and Crackers: A History of Wyoming Oil Refineries”
  • Alicia Loveland, “You Put What in My Dessert?!!: The Best Sauerkraut/Cabbage Recipes in the World”
  • Reid Miller, “Brief History of Pathfinder Dam”
  • Kem Nicolaysen & Con Trumbull, “Casper”
  • Tom Rea, “Bone Wars: 20th Anniversary Edition,” Devil’s Gate: Owning the Land,” and “The Hole in the Wall Ranch”
  • Con Trumbull, “Central Wyoming Railroads”
  • Johanna Wickman, “Lost Forts of Casper”

Admission to the Fort Caspar Museum will be free during the event. Current exhibits at the museum include The Bozeman Trail Diaries of Robert Dunlap Clarke, The A,B,C’s of Casper History, and the timeline of Central Wyoming History.

Fort Caspar Museum is currently open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays and closed Sundays, Mondays, and City holidays.

The museum is at 4001 Fort Caspar Road in Casper.

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