After the merger with nonprofit Tracks Across Wyoming, The Alliance for Historic Wyoming became the official Wyoming state chapter of the Lincoln Highway Association. The Lincoln Highway was the first transcontinental highway in the United States, and it made cross-country travel more accessible than ever to Americans. The Lincoln Highway spurred the construction of many unique buildings and landmarks along the way. Many of these sites are now historic places listed on the National Register of Historic Places, such as the Fossil Cabin outside of Medicine Bow, Wyoming. Motels and gas stations with bold, Mid-century Modern designs are also common sights along the old Lincoln Highway in Wyoming. As Wyoming's official state chapter of the Lincoln Highway Association, the Alliance for Historic Wyoming will work to protect the remaining historic places and spaces associated with the Lincoln Highway throughout Wyoming.

For more information or to inquire about membership, please call us at 307 333 3508 or email execdirector@historicwyoming.org.