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Trail End was the impressive home of John Kendrick, the ninth governor of Wyoming and senator from 1917 until his death in 1933. Although it eventually fell into disrepair and was scheduled to be torn down, it was saved at the last minute by the Sheridan County Historical Society, which decided to purchase the mansion, restore it, and turn it into a local museum displaying art, local memorabilia, and archaeological discoveries from the area. The society struggled to maintain the estate, however, and in 1982 it was turned over to the state. Today, the museum-style exhibits are gone, and the house is being restored to its historic appearance.
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