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Historical Markers in Cokeville, Wyoming

 
Clickable Map of Lincoln County, Wyoming and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Lincoln County, WY (30) Sublette County, WY (48) Sweetwater County, WY (86) Teton County, WY (83) Uinta County, WY (59) Bear Lake County, ID (48) Bonneville County, ID (18) Caribou County, ID (60) Rich County, UT (7)  LincolnCounty(30) Lincoln County (30)  SubletteCounty(48) Sublette County (48)  SweetwaterCounty(86) Sweetwater County (86)  TetonCounty(83) Teton County (83)  UintaCounty(59) Uinta County (59)  BearLakeCountyIdaho(48) Bear Lake County (48)  BonnevilleCounty(18) Bonneville County (18)  CaribouCounty(60) Caribou County (60)  RichCountyUtah(7) Rich County (7)
Kemmerer is the county seat for Lincoln County
Cokeville is in Lincoln County
      Lincoln County (30)  
ADJACENT TO LINCOLN COUNTY
      Sublette County (48)  
      Sweetwater County (86)  
      Teton County (83)  
      Uinta County (59)  
      Bear Lake County, Idaho (48)  
      Bonneville County, Idaho (18)  
      Caribou County, Idaho (60)  
      Rich County, Utah (7)  
 
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1Wyoming (Lincoln County), Cokeville — Cokeville
Cokeville is situated at the confluence of the Bear River and Smiths Fork valleys. Between 1812 ad 1865, these valleys were the domain of American Indians, fur trappers and traders; during the 1830s and 1840s, they became a well traveled pathway of . . . Map (db m90480) HM
2Wyoming (Lincoln County), Cokeville — Emigrant SpringsThe Oregon Trail
Many camping areas were used by the pioneers on their way west after making the Ham's Fork Crossing. This "Emigrant Springs" camping area became a favorite spot for the emigrants to spend the night. Abundant fire wood, livestock feed and good water . . . Map (db m179621) HM
3Wyoming (Lincoln County), Cokeville — Golden Anniversary 1940
Two plaques are mounted on this monument. Wyoming Golden Anniversary 1940 Admitted to Statehood July 10, 1890 Idaho 50 Years of Statehood 1940 Admitted July 3, 1890 Map (db m90484) HM
4Wyoming (Lincoln County), Cokeville — Old Oregon Trail
used from 1812 to 1912 Monument erected by Ezra Meeker Map (db m90452) HM
5Wyoming (Lincoln County), Cokeville — Oregon Trail 1847
In 1847, The Oregon Trail passed by this point where Highway 30 now crosses the Idaho-Wyoming Statelines. Here lies the northern most bend of Bear River in Wyoming before it crosses into Idaho. Skirting wet lands to the north and the south, ruts . . . Map (db m90483) HM
6Wyoming (Lincoln County), Cokeville — State Boundary Monument(Utah, Idaho and Wyoming) — To All Pioneers —
The state boundaries of Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming share one corner approximately 7.3 miles southwest from where you're standing. Two corners were surveyed and marked in the 1870's. U.S. Astronomer and Surveyor Daniel G. Major and a party of 11 men . . . Map (db m90482) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022