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Who was Jack Morrow?

Teamster, gambler, cattle rustler, rancher, and common thief, Jack Morrow was a man of established reputation - all bad - who lived in the area in the 1860's and left his name on a creek, canyon and of course, Jack Morrow Hills. To learn more about Jack Morrow, read this article by George Stephens from the April 1968 edition of the Annals of Wyoming.