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The Museum of the Mountain Man is very significant in the history of Indian settlement in Wyoming. It also explores Western Fur Trade in the state. The museum aims to preserve the history of the Rocky Mountain fur trade era. The museum has a wide collection of Rocky Mountain fur trade artifacts of American Indians and Mountain Men. There is also one section in the lower floor of the museum which exhibits the Sublette County during their settlement.

In front of the main gallery, visitors are greeted by a trapper statue which is made of wood and bronze. It was brought to the museum in 1995. Exhibits in the museum include a section on a 1987 exhibit Chief American Warrior Horse Society Tipi and Pinedale?s celebration of 100 years which features 100 pictures. Other sections include rifles, bows, exhibition of a Mountain Man camp, American Indian clothes and their artifacts. There are also collections of furs which Indian popularly use as clothing in the museum. Visitors enjoy how the museum illustrates the life of American Indians during their settlement.
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