Mount Doane, named after Gustavus Doane, has been renamed the 'First Peoples Mountain,' after a 15-0 vote by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names (BGN), the federal body responsible for maintaining uniform geographic name usage throughout the federal government.
It happened on December 26, 1862. The hanging of 38 from the Dakota people after a war with the United States. This sad history is commemorated every year with a ride to remember those who died that day.
I honestly can't stop thinking about how delicious that meal was. So much so that I went back less than a week later to get another hit. Perhaps it's lucky we don't have one closer to home, or my waistband would certainly have some complaints.
There is not much information or help available for the problem of missing, abused, murdered, or human trafficked indigenous people in Wyoming.
A task for has been created to look into the problem. Reciently, that task force has held their first meeting...