Monuments and Markers

Abraham Lincoln Monument
Abraham Lincoln Monument

Abraham Lincoln Monument - Marker of the Month

The Abraham Lincoln Monument was installed in 1899. This monument commemorates the sesquicentennial of Lincoln's birth by the State of Wyoming in 1959. It is located at the Summit Rest Area east of Laramie on Interstate 80.

Placed by: Wyoming State Parks Commission -- Jack E. Lewis, President Harold S. Odde, Director James A. Chapman, Charles M. Smith, Milward L. Simpson, Governor 1955 – 1959, J.J. Hickey, Governor 1959, Charles W. Jeffrey, M.D., Rawlins, Wyo., Donor Robert I. Russin, Sculptor March 7, 1877

Wind River Indian Reservation Interpretive Plan

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Sand Creek Massacre Trail

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Monuments and Markers Stewardship Condition Form

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For More Information

State Historic Preservation Office
2301 Central Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Main number: 307-777-7697

Monuments and Markers Program Coordinator:
Beth King
307-777-6179

Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources