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Local Author Book Signing on Dec. 4th.

Bone Wars
Posted on 11/19/2021

Local Author Book Signing
Saturday, December 4, 2021,
from 12:00 to 3:00 pm

Free Admission to the Museum.


Casper is fortunate to be home to an abundance of talented authors. A dozen of them will be signing copies of their books at Fort Caspar Museum on Saturday, December 4th from 12:00 to 3:00 pm.


Drop in to the Museum’s gift shop and pick up a title or two, then have your selections personalized for yourself or for that book lover on your Christmas list.  Authors who will be present have written on a wide range of topics, from works involving the history of Casper and Central Wyoming, to mysteries and cookbooks.*


Enjoy free admission to the Museum that day, and take some time to explore our current exhibits:  “The Bozeman Trail Diaries of Robert Dunlap Clarke,” “The A,B,C’s of Casper History,” and the timeline of Central Wyoming history.


*Here is a list of authors who plan to attend and their books

-Sophie Anderson “Clandestine”
-Michelle Bahe “Casper’s Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps”
-Vaughn Cronin “Casper,” “Casper Mountain,” and “Casper Mountain More Magic”
-L.E. DeClue “Conspiracy in Yellowstone”
-Jefferson Glass “Reshaw: The Life and Times of John Baptiste Richard” and “Empire: The Pioneer Legacy of an American Ranch Family”
-Robert King “Trails to Rails: A History of Wyoming’s Railroads” and “Kettles and Crackers: A History of Wyoming Oil Refineries”
-Alicia Loveland “You Put What in My Dessert?!!: The Best Sauerkraut/Cabbage Recipes in the World”
-Reid Miller “Brief History of Pathfinder Dam”
-Kem Nicolaysen & Con Trumbull “Casper”
-Tom Rea “Bone Wars: 20th Anniversary Edition,” Devil’s Gate: Owning the Land,” and “The Hole in the Wall Ranch”
-Con Trumbull “Central Wyoming Railroads”
-Johanna Wickman “Lost Forts of Casper.”