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A few miles south of Lombard Ferry. The Robinson Ferry was built by the Mormons in 1847 and operated by them until 1856 when it became the operation of Isaac Bullock and Lewis Robinson. A few years later, Indians attacked the Robinson homestead, killing all but a young girl. The ferry was then abandoned. The Robinson Ferry site is also within the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge.

Public (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Sweetwater County, Wyoming. T22N/R109W
Follow State Route 372 north from Green River, Wyoming for approximately 25 miles until it intersects with S. R. 28 to Farson. Turn on SR 28 and look for the signs to the interpretive panels just before you cross the bridge over the Green. Emigrants traveling on the Kinney or Slate Creek Cutoffs crossed the Green just north of the Lombard Ferry site.

National Park Service Comprehensive Management Plan
The BLM has erected interpretive panels at the site of the south Lombard Ferry.
The site is listed on the National Register. It is threatened by gas development and fossil collectors.

Additional Information
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge and Vicinity: A Historical Perspective.


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