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The Hughes family on their homestead near Gillette in November 1919. Bob Henry, a descendant of the family, will talk about dry farming by area homesteaders at a Rockpile Museum program at 7 p.m. Friday.

Author and family historian Bob Henry will present a program on dry farming by homesteaders from 1910-23 near Rawhide Butte.

His free program “Too Short to Bind: Dry Farming at Rawhide Butte, 1910-1923” begins at 7 p.m. Friday. It is one of two programs he’ll present at the Campbell County Rockpile Museum this weekend.

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