Images of America: Cheyenne Frontier Days Book
Cheyenne Frontier Days originated in 1897 after a few individuals conceived a signature event as a way to revive the thrilling incidents and pictures of life in the Old West. Their vision included a celebration that would bring visitors from all over the world to the capital city of Wyoming. From its beginnings, Cheyenne residents valued a rural lifestyle that inspired them to create a frontier festival. For more than a century, Cheyenne Frontier Days has been the spirit, heart, and soul of the community and the cowboy way of life. Today, it has evolved into the world's largest outdoor rodeo and celebration of its kind. Authors, Starley Talbott and Linda Graves Fabian are both Wyoming natives.
The Images of America series celebrates the history of neighborhoods, towns, and cities across the country. Using archival photographs, each title presents the distinctive storeis from the past that shape the character of the community today.
Written by: Starley Talbott and Linda Graves Fabian
Paperback book, 128 pages
Images of America: Cheyenne Frontier Days is available for purchase in increments of 1