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Todd Guenther
Anthropology
Todd Guenther
Guenther teaches Anthropology, History, and Museum Studies courses at Central Wyoming College. He also directs the Western American Studies program which offers certificates in several research fields. His family lives on a ranch near Lander and has an outfitting business taking living history wagon trains on the Oregon Trail. He is an archaeologist, former curator at South Pass City, and at the Pioneer Museum in Lander. He is an award-winning author of articles about Wyoming and regional history and prehistory. Graduates of this program are qualified to pursue advanced degrees or go to work in Wyoming in various cultural resource management careers including professional field archaeologists and in museums.
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