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An important part of experiencing Sheridan is exploring the history & culture of the American West. Visit one of our many historic sites for a glimpse into Sheridan’s past that help tell the story of the present and the future.

Connor Battlefield was the site of the Battle of Tongue River that took place between the Army and the Arapahoe tribe in 1865. Fort Phil Kearny was an outpost of the United States Army (1866-l868), and is important to the history of the Bozeman Trail.

Don’t miss the Trail End State Historic site, housed in a mansion owned by Wyoming cattle baron-turned-Governor and U.S. Senator, John B. Kendrick. Peak inside for a glimpse at lavish early 20th century life.

The Little Bighorn National Monument is the site of the crucial 1876 battle between George Armstrong Custer and the Sioux. The site features a museum as well as historic interpretations of the battle.

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