Green in Gridlock: Common Goals, Common Ground and Compromise; Join us for a discussion on “Using the Murie Legacy to End the Stalemate in Environmental Policy Making” with Paul Walden Hansen, Director of the Murie Center. The presentation and discussion will be followed by a book signing in the museum lobby. Thursday – October 2, 2014 […]
A panel discussion with Dr. Robert Righter, with a signing afterwards of his latest book Peaks, Politics, and Passion: Grand Teton National Park Comes of Age. This is the first of our programs in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Wilderness Act. 2014
Program “On Sacred Ground” Offers New Insight into Jackson and Wyoming History Rev. Warren Murphy of Cody spoke for the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum’s Voices of the Valley program series on Thursday, September 19th. Rev. Murphy also offered a book signing of his recent work, On Sacred Ground: A Religious and […]
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum kicked off its Fall Voices of the Valley program series on Thursday, September 5th, 7:00 p.m. at the 225 N. Cache museum gallery with a presentation by local residents Marlene and Daniel Merrill on their book Up the Winds and Over the Tetons: Journal Entries and Images from […]
Tuesday, November 13, 2012: Earle Layser read from his most recent book titled “The Jackson Hole Settlement Chronicles: The Lives and Times of the First Settlers”. Earle is a prolific researcher and author. The Settlement Chronicles is his fourth book.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012: Author and fur trade expert, Jim Hardee gives a special presentation commemorating the 200th anniversary of the return trip of the Astorians titled “Robert Stuart: 200 Years Ago in Jackson Hole Region.” Hardee signs his book, “Pierre’s Hole! The Fur Trade History of Teton Valley, Idaho”, after the program.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012: Author and outfitter Gap Pucci reads from his recently published book, “I Married Adventure”.This book chronicles his time spent living in the isolated caretaker cabin at Granite Hot Springs and other early-day adventures he shared with his family. He is a longtime outfitter and hunting guide.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012: Author Sophie Echeverria shares stories from her recently published book “Look Both Ways Before Breaking the Law: A Rowdy Memoir”. She was raised on an historic dude ranch near Wickenburg, Arizona. She went to college at the University of Arizona where her writing talent was recognized by a professor. But Sophie’s literary career […]
Tuesday, September 18, 2012: Author Florence Rose Krall Shepard begins the series with readings from her recently published book, “Sometimes Creek: A Wyoming Memoir”. Sometimes Creek is a historical memoir that spans the twentieth century and recapitulates the life of a daughter of Italian immigrants who came to Wyoming to make a new life.