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The real Jeremiah Johnson-was Red Lodge's first constable. "Liver eating Johnson" was a name he earned because he told someone he ate part of the liver of an Indian he killed.

mountain men prints - Bing Images. Location is the Grand Teton Mountains at the bend in the Snake River near Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Jeremiah "liver-eating" Johnston. Bronze statue of Liver-Eating Johnson erected over his grave at Old Trail Town in Cody, Wyoming

Henry S. Yount was an American Civil War soldier, mountain man, professional hunter and trapper, prospector, wilderness guide and packer, seasonal employee of the United States Department of the Interior who was the first surveyor of animals in Yellowstone Park and is credited as the father of the national park ranger service

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Interior design with horizontal lines at Peaks View Residence in Wilson, Wyoming USA by Carney Logan Burke Architects