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    (1882- )
    Population: 17,940 (2019)
    Incorporated as a community (1888)
    Located in Sheridan County, Wyoming
    Located near the Bighorn Mountains
    It was primarily a mining town for the early part of the 20th century.
    It relies heavily on Wild West themed tlurism.
    It has cold dry winters and hot wet summers.
    It served as a staging area for General Crook’s campaign against the Lakota and Cheyenne tribes (1876).
    Its social scene featured of pool halls, brothels and bars for its first few decades.
    It was the site of the Montana Mine labor strike that divided the community between labor union members and non-members (1980).
    It was named after Civil War General Philip Sheridan.
    It is the halfway point between Mount Rushmore and Yellowstone National Park.
    Its landmark Sheridan Hotel was financed by Western legend Buffalo Bill Cody.
    It is home to various festivals and museums that pertain to Western culture.
    It is home to a lot of picturesque scenery, due to its location near the Bighorn Mountains.

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