“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 Jackson, Wyoming

Clickable Map of Teton 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> Teton County, WY (83) Fremont County, WY (111) Lincoln County, WY (30) Park County, WY (192) Sublette County, WY (48) Bonneville County, ID (18) Fremont County, ID (20) Teton County, ID (8) Gallatin County, MT (129)  TetonCounty(83) Teton County (83)  FremontCounty(111) Fremont County (111)  LincolnCounty(30) Lincoln County (30)  ParkCounty(192) Park County (192)  SubletteCounty(48) Sublette County (48)  BonnevilleCountyIdaho(18) Bonneville County (18)  FremontCounty(20) Fremont County (20)  TetonCounty(8) Teton County (8)  GallatinCountyMontana(129) Gallatin County (129)
Jackson is the county seat for Teton County
Jackson is in Teton County
      Teton County (83)  
      Fremont County (111)  
      Lincoln County (30)  
      Park County (192)  
      Sublette County (48)  
      Bonneville County, Idaho (18)  
      Fremont County, Idaho (20)  
      Teton County, Idaho (8)  
      Gallatin County, Montana (129)  
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1Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — "John Hoback , Guide of Astorians"
"John Hoback, Jacob Reznor and Edward Robinson, trappers from Kentucky, in 1811 guided the Astorians land expeditions land expedition under Wilson Price Hunt across the northern part of present Wyoming to the Snake River. From this Junction of the . . . Map (db m47076) HM
2Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — Elk Antler Arches
Antler arches have been gates to the Jackson Town Square since 1960. The antlers are from elk that winter on the National Elk Refuge. About 7,500 elk spend each winter on the refuge. The bulls shed their antlers each spring. Antlers are picked up by . . . Map (db m47070) HM
3Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — Elk MigrationThe National Elk Refuge
In the high country, deep November snows cause elk to migrate to their winter range on the National Elk Refuge. In strings of 200 or more, thousands of elk arrive, some traveling more than 65 miles from southern Yellowstone National Park and . . . Map (db m88201) HM
4Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — Explore Teton CountryGrand Teton National Park
Discover the magnificent landscape and wild communities of Grand Teton National Park. Here the Teton Range rises abruptly from the high mountain valley known as Jackson Hole. From bare alpine rocks to lush meadows and floodplains, the national park . . . Map (db m88203) HM
5Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — Gathering
On June 15, 1897 John and Maggie Simpson donated land on which to build a Gathering place for residents of the valley.This structure became known as the Clubhouse and originally housed the gun club. The Clubhouse also became a community spot for . . . Map (db m47073) HM
6Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — In The Early Days
the Town Square was a scrubby area strewn with rocks and sage-brush. Often, one would see elk bunched up with the town cows grazing in the square.In 1932, as part of a nation-wide movement to honor his 200th birthday, the square was named George . . . Map (db m47068) HM
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7Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — 123 — Jackson Hole
In 1889, five Mormon families pioneered Jackson Hole making the trip of 28 miles in 14 days over Teton Pass. Their leader was Elijah N. Wilson, known among the people as "Uncle Nick" - famous Indian scout and Pony Express rider. They found 18 single . . . Map (db m90977) HM
8Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — Teton County Veterans Memorial
This beautiful memorial is dedicated in loving memory of the Teton County Veterans, Jackson's Hole, WyomingMap (db m47072) HM
9Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
You are standing within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the largest nearly intact natural area remaining in the contiguous United States. Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, seven national forests, and two national wildlife refuges . . . Map (db m88202) HM
10Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — The Jackson State Bank
was organized by Robert Miller in 1914 and was located on Crabtree Corner. Most of the initial capital of $10,000 was subscribed to by local citizens. Mr. Miller's nickname was "Old Twelve Percent" due to the high interest rate he charged.Next door . . . Map (db m47071) HM
11Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar
The Teton Country Historic Preservation Board has presented this award in recognition of maintaining and preserving a building 50 years or older. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar was built in the early 1930’s.Map (db m88125) HM
12Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — The Square as it appeared in 1936
The log cabin to the far left once housed the Jackson Post Office. Next door stood the I.O.O.F. (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) building, which is still recognizable today.In the distant background there is the distinctive curved roof line of the . . . Map (db m47074) HM
13Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — What’s in a Name?Grand Teton National Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Many natural features in this region went without names until the 1800s. The Shoshone called the mountain range “Teewinot,” meaning “many pinnacles.” French Canadian trappers referred to the Grand, Middle, and South Teton as . . . Map (db m88277) HM
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14Wyoming (Teton County), Jackson — Wildland RomanceWyoming’s Wildlife
The pursuit of wild places and naturally occurring wild things brings people from all over the world to northwest Wyoming. Jackson Hole lies within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) which is one of the largest natural ecosystems remaining in . . . Map (db m89003) HM
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Oct. 5, 2022