August 13, 2017
National Historic Trails Interpretive Center
1501 N. Poplar St. Capser, WY 82601
The impact of women on the American frontier in the nineteenth century and early twentieth centuries should not be underestimated. Under their influence, the importance of home and hearth was rediscovered. It didn’t take long for men who had travelled to far off places in the “West” to recognize that their desire and need for a woman was profound. Join us as Jean Smart uncovers and articulates some of the behavior between a man and woman while on the western frontier.