1000 E. University Ave.,
Laramie, WY 82071
Welcome to the AHC
The American Heritage Center (AHC) is the University of Wyoming's (UW) repository of manuscripts collections, rare books, and the university archives. Many universities have primary source repositories. Few have repositories as extensive and significant as the AHC. More importantly, few universities have such repositories as welcoming and accessible to undergraduate and graduate students. Internationally known for its historical collections the AHC first and foremost serves the students and citizens of Wyoming. The AHC sponsors a wide range of scholarly and popular programs including lectures, symposia, and exhibits. Not a dusty attic or an exclusive sanctuary, the AHC is a welcoming, lively, place where both experts and novices engage with the original sources of history. Access is free and open to all.
- Memoiral Day: Monday, May 25, 2015
- Independece Day Observance: Friday, July 3, 2015
Cultural Trust Fund Project
Fenimore Chatterton was the governor of Wyoming when Tom Horn was hanged in November 1903.
During his interview he talks about Horn and the trial.
Many of the interviews include information about popular Wyoming history topics, such as ranch and rodeo life. Also included are a number of interviews about the trial of Tom Horn, the establishment of the Campfire Girls in Wyoming, and interviews of Bill Carlisle, the “Gentleman Bandit,” and Rose Ecoffey, Princess Bluewater.