“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Dayton, Wyoming

Clickable Map of Sheridan County, Wyoming and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Sheridan County, WY (103) Big Horn County, WY (41) Campbell County, WY (6) Johnson County, WY (32) Big Horn County, MT (75) Powder River County, MT (7)  SheridanCounty(103) Sheridan County (103)  BigHornCounty(41) Big Horn County (41)  CampbellCounty(6) Campbell County (6)  JohnsonCounty(32) Johnson County (32)  BigHornCountyMontana(75) Big Horn County (75)  PowderRiverCounty(7) Powder River County (7)
Sheridan is the county seat for Sheridan County
Dayton is in Sheridan County
      Sheridan County (103)  
      Big Horn County (41)  
      Campbell County (6)  
      Johnson County (32)  
      Big Horn County, Montana (75)  
      Powder River County, Montana (7)  
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1Wyoming (Sheridan County), Dayton — Dayton Community Hall
410 Bridge Street Dayton, Wyoming 82836 "Built in 1935-35 for the Town of Dayton by the WPA & the CCC" National Register of Historic Places Wyoming Place No. 1338Map (db m91336) HM
2Wyoming (Sheridan County), Dayton — Fallen City
In the process of uplift, which created the Big Horn Mountains, faults and fractures formed in the rocks. The thick layers of limestone in this area were fractured parallel to the valley. When a section of the Earth’s crust sank, huge chunks broke . . . Map (db m88164) HM
3Wyoming (Sheridan County), Dayton — First Woman Mayor in Wyoming
Mrs. Susan Wissler, on May 9 1911, was elected mayor of Dayton, Wyoming, then a community of about 175 people. She served two terms of two years each. Her administration was marked by civic improvements and community betterment as her campaign . . . Map (db m91335) HM
4Wyoming (Sheridan County), Dayton — Hogback
About 500 million years ago the air and land were warmer, and seas covered all of Wyoming including the area you see. You would not recognize any animal life at that time. None of it lived on the land. Then around 75 million years ago, the earth’s . . . Map (db m88162) HM
5Wyoming (Sheridan County), Dayton — Syncline Thrust Fault
Across the road is a thrust fault / syncline formation, exposed by the road cut. The fault occurred when pressure caused the rock layers to push up creating the non-conforming layers and downward fold (syncline). The Big Horn Mountains reached . . . Map (db m88160) HM
6Wyoming (Sheridan County), Dayton — The Majesty of Nature
On June 25, 1991, the trees in this are blew down in a windstorm event which meteorologists define as a "Traveling Microburst." Approximately 1,100 acres were affected along an 8 mile path. This microburst began on Highway 14 near Granite Pass and . . . Map (db m153237) HM
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Dec. 4, 2022