Dr. Julie Francis talked with Lonnie Woodard and Tony Swasso, both of Riverton, after the 50th anniversary meeting. (Photo courtesy of Leniegh Schrinar )
(Hudson, Wyo.) – Dr. Julie Francis, archaeologist for the Wyoming Department of Transportation, was the keynote speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Fremont County Archaeological Society in Hudson Tuesday, Oct. 15. Dr. Francis’ program, Game Migrations, Archaeology, and Transportation, explained the cooperation among the Wyoming Game and Fish, land owners, the Bureau of Land Management, biologists, wetland scientists, the State Archaeologist’s Office, highway engineers, and others to increase safety for humans and animals as animals travel time honored game routes around Wyoming.
Other highlights of the night was a thank you to Mike and Roberta Krassin of Lander who held offices in the Fremont County Archaeological Society in the 1960s and 1970s. Charter member, Martha McRae, was honored with a lifetime membership.