Bozner Exhibit

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Name: Bozner Exhibit
Date: November 10, 2021
Event Description:

Western Wyoming Community College?s Natural History Museum will display The John and Evelyn Bozner Exhibit through July 31, 2022. 

The exhibit contains countless arrowheads, scrapers, knives, chips, and tools all found in the hills and valleys of Sweetwater County. The Collection includes information about the Bozner Archeological Site, which was an archeological dig just south of Rock Springs at Dan's Creek.  

There are rocks of all kinds including blue petrified wood found in the Blue Forest and hills of Eden and Farson Wyoming and Native American beads and trade beads found in the ant piles near the old Green River South Pass Stage Route.  

The exhibit contains two bison sculls on display ? one of which is over 10,000 years old. There are Mano and Metate (grinding and pounding) artifacts that were also found in Sweetwater County. The entire collection is the culmination of their findings on excursions spanning over 60 years. 

Location:
Western's Natural History Museum
Date/Time Information:
Whenever the College is open through July 31. 
Contact Information:
Cindy Hafner
Fees/Admission:
FREE
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