Join the Sweetwater County Museum for three days of outlaws, lawmen, and scoundrels in Green River, WY June 12-14th, 2014. The symposium includes speakers, banquets, and a bus tour of some of southwest Wyoming's outlaw haunts. Full and day registrations available. Please call, email, or visit our website for more information or to register for the symposium.
Sponsored in part by a BOCES grant.
Bill Betenson is a great-grandnephew of Butch Cassidy and author of Butch Cassidy, My Uncle. He will be speaking on recent discoveries made about the Montpelier, ID bank robbery and outlaw Bub Meeks.
Joel Frandsen from Elsinore, Utah will present “The Burial of Joe Walker and Butch Cassidy,” the strange tale of the supposed death and burial of Butch Cassidy following the Castle Gate Payroll Robbery in 1897.
Chip Carlson of Cheyenne will present his popular program on Tom Horn, a self-described “stock detective” who was widely thought to do bloody work for the prosperous cattlemen of turn of the century Wyoming.
Christie Wright of Highlands Ranch, Colorado writes from a unique perspective with a 20 year career in criminal justice. She will discuss “dastardly doings” from her book South Park Perils: Short Ropes and True Tales of Historic Park County, Colorado.
June 12, 2014
Opening Reception with
Snacks and Drinks
June 13, 2014
Speakers with Lunch and Snacks
June 14, 2014
Bus Tour of Brown’s Park
with Lunch and Snacks
REGISTRATION AND VENUE:
Early Registration: $140 (Postmarked or submitted online by May 2nd)
Regular Registration: $160
Friday Day Registaration: $35
Saturday Day Registration: $65
Friday, May 16th