List of Books for Sale
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Backward Glance 1985
877 Pages – Ulm, Leiter, Ucross. Clearmont 1880’s-1980’s
A century of family history, photographs, and memorabilia.
Huson, Wyoming As It Was – December 2015
82 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 1
A seven-month bustling community sprung up to serve a railroad stop but was moved to Clearmont to accommodate a rail grade climb.
Ulm, Wyoming: Horses, Steam and Diesel – September 2016
86 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 2
In 1892 Ulm, Wyoming was established along the Burlington-Missouri Railroad with over 200 residents.
Clearmont: It Takes More Than a Railroad – 1892-1929– June 2017
96 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 3
Tourists and travelers slow down and get off the interstate onto little side roads.
Clearmont: Establishing a Modern Community – 2018
98 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 4
From 1929 to present-day growth and demise of a community that lost its rail service and major highway route.
Mitchell’s Clearcreek Eggs – May 2018
94 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 5
From the 60’s to the 70’s Clearcreek Eggs was the name everyone looked for in Sheridan, Johnson, Campbell, Crook, and northern Natrona Counties.
Clearmont Businesses of Days Gone By – December 2018
98 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 5
Clearmont, A small town that has survived and the history of five businesses.
Leiters To Littles – A History of the Clear Creek Valley Area – May 2019
178 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 7
Starting with prehistoric origin and finishing with present-day Clear Creek Valley.
The Rails Come to Clearmont – November 2019
114 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 8
Clearmont, Wyoming began as a railroad siding in 1892 as a stop between Omaha, Nebraska and Billings, Montana.
Ucross, Where The Creeks Converge and the Routes Diverge – May 2021
336 Pages – Backward Glance Series, Volume 10
A summary of the long sequence of events that resulted in the present-day community of Ucross in Sheridan County, Wyoming.