The Grand Encampment: Settling the High Country Paperback – Oct 1 1997
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"The photographers and writers who lived and worked in Encampment, like Earle Clemens, and Lora Nichols and now Candy Moulton, have done so much to chronicle the town's story. History does get lost. We must all learn it and pass it on." -- Vera Oldman
About the Author
Candy Moulton is the author of Western history books including "Everyday Life Among American Indians" "from 1800 to 1900", "Writer's Guide to Everyday Life in the Wild West from 1840 to 1900", "Roadside History of Wyoming", and "Roadside History of Nebraska". Moulton makes her home near Encampment, Wyoming, where she edits the "Western Writers of America Roundup Magazine", writes regularly for several magazines including "True West", "Wild West", "Persimmon Hill", and "American Cowboy". She is a member of the Nez Perce Trail Foundation, Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail Foundation, Oregon-California Trails Association, and Western Writers of America.