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Joe Meek, The Mountain Man

Joe Meek, The Mountain Man

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Joe Meek: The Mountain Man

 He was the tall Virginian. A trapper, Indian fighter, pioneer, peace officer, frontier politician, and lover of practical jokes and Jacksonian democracy. 

 This friend and companion of Kit Carson and Jim Bridger was a true pioneer of Wyoming and Hot Springs County. 

 The Pioneers of Outlaw Country. 

Cowboys, Lawmen and Outlaws… to the businessmen and women who all helped shape Thermopolis and Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 

Here are their stories. 

Be sure to subscribe to “Pioneers of Outlaw Country” so you don’t miss a single episode of this historic series. The stories of our pioneers were brought to you by Hot Springs County Pioneer Association.  

This podcast was supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, a program of the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources.

 This is a production of Legend Rock Media.

 Copyright 2023 Legend Rock Media 

 With a special thank you to Tony Messerly and the Many Strings Band. For more of their lively music, visit them at www.ManyStrings.net.

Big Horn River Pilot, Volume 02, Number 09, May 11, 1898
Joe Meek: The Merry Mountain Man, A Biography by Stanley Vestal

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This is a production of Legend Rock Media Productions.

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Joe Meek, The Mountain Man

Joe Meek, The Mountain Man

Hot Springs County Pioneer Association; Tony Messerly & the Many Strings Band