Bordered by the Big Horn Mountains on the west, South Dakota to the east, the Montana border to the north, the Thunder Basin National Grassland to the south, Northeast Wyoming is rich with history. Traditionally shared by a number of Native American tribes, Northeast Wyoming was a location of a great deal of conflict between the Native Americans and the encroaching settlement of white settlers. The Powder River and Devils Tower National Monument are the natural wonders most often associated with this region of Wyoming.
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