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December 12, 2019



100 Years Ago

The Times

December 10, 1919

The record sale of state lands of the State of Wyoming, both in point of acreage and money involved took place in Sundance this afternoon, conducted by A. Baker, commissioner of public lands. One tract embraced 13,431.39 acres and was bid in by H. G. Weare through his attorney, H. P. Isley at $177,179.70 or about $13.19 per acre. The land is included in the Cross Anchor ranch in northern Crook County, being many miles of the Belle Fourche river.

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