Jackson Hole Museum

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The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum is a non-profit organization located in Jackson, Wyoming. The museum was established in 1958 and is dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich cultural and natural history of the region. It features a collection of more than 17,000 artifacts, photographs, documents, and other historical objects that showcase the history of Jackson Hole and the surrounding areas. The collection includes Native American artifacts, pioneer and homesteading items, ranching and cowboy equipment, mining and logging tools, and other items that tell the story of the region's diverse history.