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The Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW) is Wyoming's statewide historic preservation nonprofit.  A 501(c)(3) organization, AHW is dedicated to protecting our historic and cultural resources in both the built and natural environments. We work with individuals, organizations, and state and local governments to identify the places that represent Wyoming’s history and culture, and take steps to ensure that these important places survive – respecting the story of past generations and enriching our lives for the future. AHW's offices are located in Laramie, Wyoming and our board is made up of members from all over the state.

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  In Greenwich Village, the Stonewall Inn was the site of the Stonewall Riots in 1969, a seminal moment in the gay rights movement.

In Greenwich Village, the Stonewall Inn was the site of the Stonewall Riots in 1969, a seminal moment in the gay rights movement.

Happy Pride Month! We would like to take this moment to highlight historic preservation that includes all members of the spectrum. According to the National Trust for Historic Preservation,"LGBT history has many places, events, and people connected to it, yet these sites and voices are not always recognized or preserved."

To read more about Historic Preservation and LGBT History click here.  

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SAVE THE DATE!

On September 1st the Alliance for Historic Wyoming will be hosting a Tour of the F.S. King Brothers Ranch Homestead focusing on the history and preservation of the area. Space is limited, make sure to RSVP!

Featured AHW Partner

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Grand Encampment Museum

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is honored to be partnered with Grand Encampment Museum. The Grand Encampment Museum is located in Encampment, Wyoming and stores a "rich collection of over a dozen historical buildings filled with artifacts representing the timber, mining, and agricultural history of the Encampment valley at the turn of the 20th century." The Grand Encampment Museum preserves and interprets the history of Wyoming at the Upper North Platte Valley. The museum was started by the community and continues to thrive because of the community. The Alliance for Historic Wyoming values the organizations support and leadership in the preservation of Wyoming history.