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Casabier Hill--why so named?
Posted by: Robert L. Casebeer Date: August 18, 2000 at 21:57:31
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One hundred and forty nine years ago my great grandfather went through what is now
Goshen county on his way west to Oregon.
Just north of Fort Laramie and west of the
Rawhide River is a geographic feature called Casabier Hill, some 5073 feet high. You can see from my own name why I am interested. Any of the historical scholars in Goshen County have any idea how that hill got its name. Robert Livingston Casebeer, Oregon


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