The 2019 Johnson County Tour

Date: Saturday, August 17, 2019

Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Event Description:

Hoofprints of the Past Museum Hosts 2019 Johnson County War
Kaycee, WY ----The 2019 Johnson County Tour will be on August 17th. The tour allows attendees to travel by bus the approximate route of the “Invaders” in their fateful attack on the “Rustlers” in April 1892, learning about the war and stopping at various sites of historical significance along the way.
Stops include the KC Cabin Fight site, where Nate Champion made a heroic stand against overwhelming odds, Plunkett’s Horse Ranch where the Invaders changed horses, the Smith homestead site where a near ambush of the Invaders almost occurred, the historic 28 Ranch where Invaders rested their horses, and the TA Ranch where the final battle occurred. The tour will also stop at the assassination sites of John. A. Tisdale and Ranger Jones, whose murders occurred in the months leading up to the war, foreshadowing the events of 1892.
The historical guides narrating the journey are John W. Davis and Brock Hanson. Davis is a lawyer and author of “Wyoming Range War” which relates the Johnson County War from a legal vantage using a large number of public documents from the period. Brock Hanson is a 4th generation local historian whose family lived through the war and documented the historic events with interviews of the various people involved in the war.
The tour will be held on Saturday, August 17th, beginning in Kaycee at 9:00 AM. Lunch is included the ticket price of $85, which must be purchased in advance due to limited space on the bus.

To register for the Johnson County War Tour, please contact the Hoofprints of the Past Museum at 307-738-2381 or online at
For questions, please contact 307-738-2381or
pace is limited, so please reserve your spot early. The cost is $90 and includes continental breakfast and a nice picnic lunch.
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Date/Time Information:

August 17th, 2019. 9:00 a.m.

Contact Information:,, 307-738-2381