Reel-to-reel audiotapes sent back and forth from a soldier to his family during the Vietnam War land in a box and are stored in a shed for over 40 years. They were given to the Wyoming State Archives to preserve the story of one Wyoming soldier. The tapes are a living history — not only of the turbulence of the era, but also tell the tale of a family trying to stay connected ... even as they are separated by war.
|All American Indian Days||Encyclopedia||Gregory Nickerson|
|Anderson, A.A.||Encyclopedia||John Clayton|
|Arapaho tribe, arrival of on Shoshone Reservation, 1878||Encyclopedia||WyoHistory.org|
|Averell, Jim, newspaper reporting of the lynching of||Encyclopedia||Tom Rea|