The Hoofprints of the Past Museum is in the initial planning stages for a historical book reading club. The group would meet at the museum at a date and time yet to be decided. Old and new books, with a connection to local or western history would be the likely focus of the group. If […]
ABOUT THE MUSEUMHoofprints of the Past Museum was founded in 1989 by a group of Kaycee volunteers in order to preserve the unique local cultural heritage of Kaycee and the surrounding countryside. That heritage includes Native Americans, the Bozeman Trail, Trappers, Traders, and Pioneers, Fort Reno, German Missionaries settlement, and the Portuguese Houses site, conflicts with natives such as the Dull Knife Battle, the Cattle Boom, Cattle Barons and Frewen Castle, the Johnson County War, the Outlaw Era, the Hole in the Wall Gang, Butch Cassidy, Sundance Kid, Kid Curry, and other local outlaws.
Hoofprints of the Past Museum is adding to our collections and creating at least two new display spaces. However, we are limited in exactly what we can do and how based on lack of display space. A new display case that is tall, with a lot of glass, will allow us to more efficiently use […]